Hello everybody, and welcome to another session of Testyourmight’s Player Spotlight, where we try to promote a youtube channel, stream, or sponsorship of one of our own players to try and show our support for this community! Today we are featuring Testyourmight’s (TYM) @JBeezYBabY, who many of you may already know as an outgoing and eccentric player who can get along with just about anybody. In the brief time he has been on our site, he has made a splash by consolidating a strong TYM drag community in this thread: https://testyourmight.com/threads/3-drag-queens-3.66022/page-4#post-2378945, where anybody can post and discuss their ideas for drag costumes, results at competitions, or other people who inspire them.
“A pic of my other winning performance as the female Black Raiden ”
"I haven't known you for long, but if there is one thing I've learned from our time with you on this site, it's that you are very much a positive influence. Everybody seems to know you and likes having you around. I don't know much about your placements in tournaments, but we both know that isn't everything to being a part of our awesome NRS community. What is one critical piece of advice you can offer to any newcomer to fighting games that may help them to emulate these amazing traits and stay above the downplaying and dismay that sweeps even the best of us on this site once in a while?"
"One critical piece of advice I would give to a newcomer to fighting games is support. We all come into the FGC because we love fighting games. And for a scene to grow, it needs support. Some people just want to come into the scene and take information without contributing and that's selfish and toxic. A scene can't grow with everybody taking. But if you give back, even if it’s as simple as giving advice on a character, discovering tech, posting a video, anything that contributes to supporting each other get better. The more people realize that, the more joy people will have in the FGC without being negative. And be realistic. People respect honesty way more than BS or trolling. It shows that you're credible even if you're not a top player. As long as you're truthful, I respect you. Last thing I would say is treat others the way that you want to be treated. We all love playing video games so why not show love to your fellow gamers. Now that's righteous "
Here is another winning performance of his under the persona of Ava Bronner II:
"I'm a big critic when it comes to me."
Moving words coming from a person who can display such confidence in front of a large live audience!
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Testyourmight's Player Spotlight: Featuring JBeezyBaby!