1. Load up your favorite Twitch streamer
Doesn't matter if you're playing Fortnite, Valorant, or League, it's always good to remind yourself of the basics. Corner checks, skill shots, match up reminders. Here are some good educational streamers for League
and learn from the best.
2. Get some caffeine
Get your coffee, your soda, Gfuel, whatever you need. Be careful though, you don't want to be over caffeinated. You can try the Play vitamin
, which has a perfectly balanced amount of caffeine, plus its paired with L-theanine
, which gives you a calming and focusing effect.
“Man, it doesn’t taste like anything, but it works insane, I feel like my brain is racing, but my fingers are totally calm.” - Anonymous on Feb 23, 2021
“Love these vitamins. They reduce my Starbucks runs and cut the extra sugar and calories I don’t need in my life. Haha I also don’t have to worry about coffee staining my teeth or having an upset stomach." - Brad J on Oct 2020
3. Test your reaction time or play a game of Osu
The pros warm up in all kinds of ways. They use hand warmers
, they test their reaction, or keep warm by playing Osu. Here
are some of the main benefits of playing Osu, including muscle memory, reaction time, and accuracy.
You can test out your reaction time here
. When we tested our Play vitamin on a test group of competitive players and streamers, we saw an average increase of 32ms
Imagine if you get one more bullet or one more attack on your opponent. Do you want that edge in your game?
"I work full time and go to school full time for reference. I’m getting my masters in mechanical engineering so you can understand why I need some sort of caffeine. I work at least 40 hours each week. But sometimes I have to work 50+ hours. On a good day, I only really need 2 doses. One for work in the morning and one for my night class. On a bad day I take an extra dose in the middle of the day and take a power nap before class.” — Fran F on Sep 2020
“This really amps me up before I play. Whenever I take this before playing CS, I feel fully focused, and i don't get a crash afterwards... Went 14-2 first time I used it so I can't complain”—
David H on
Sep 03, 2020