pls gift me Among us on steam
I have not been able to play Among us beacuse it cost $4.00
Join or your dad's not coming back with the milk
Hi I'm looking for people to people to play among us with and just friends to chat with I have a discord for it https://discord.gg/T9HgD5wH
Join if you want to
I am trying to grow my twitch not to be populous or anything to play for more people and to entertain I play with people do give aways and I play with some funny people if u stop bye and leave a follow or anything it means a lot my twitch is killermiller101 with a cat profile thanks it means a lot
Join ASAP rn so we can play amoung I’ll give u the code when u join the discord
Among Us Public Servers be Like..
Watch "Among Us Public Servers Experience / Among Us #1" on YouTube
I’m trying to grow my channel not for my own benefit but instead for you guys and your entertainment. So if you could drop bye and watch me play sometime it would mean a lot to mean knowing my streams are making people happy.
My next stream is scheduled for 3:00 eastern time. Also these pictures are what I’m working on building in my survival world.
pls gift me among us on steam
pls gift me among us on steam my user name is OtisWasTaken
Discord were we play among us almost everday! we also do movie nights every week
Undertale Au Rp
Would anyone like to do an undertale Au Rp?
I would like to do a round of among us where we all to as different Sans' from different aus. If you would like to, please comment "Yes" and who you want to to as. I have already claimed blueberry Sans, sorry. Looking forward to playing with you guys!
Discord server for finding teammates!
Just one of these days 😒
I don’t get it, this manual matchmaking sucks so much! Why can’t they just implement a matchmake button that puts me in a lobby automatically?
What Would Among Us Look Like as an eSport
Nothing brings people together like watching live sports, it’s a tradition that spans back hundreds of years. Knowing this, it’s no surprise that eSports gathers hundreds of thousands of viewers during its live tournaments, and companies spend money hand over fist to show their ads. With the increasing market cap of eSports, every game developer’s next step is to make a space in the competitive scene for themselves. Among Us has had an unprecedented amount of popularity and it would do Innersloth some good to capitalize on that popularity to the fullest. The most lucrative next step would be getting into eSports, but what should a game that isn’t naturally competitive do to take a piece of the eSports pie? We’ll look at some early attempts to create Among Us tournaments and how viable they would be for Sports.
What it Takes to be an eSport:
The entire objective of sports is to prove your proficiency in something compared to your opponent. This objective doesn’t seem as straight forward in Among Us as it does with other games with very clear opposition. Since the role of Imposter is random and to ensure fairness, Among Us eSport teams would likely only consist of a single active player. This more or less makes the prospects of people looking to get into this eSport quite grim.
And above all else, there’s the game itself which definitely isn’t a straight-forward test of skill. There are two Imposters and 8 Crewmates, and for the sake of unpredictability, the Imposters must be random. So how can we take the layout of this game and turn it into something worth watching on Twitch Rivals? Well our favorite CoD clan decided to tackle this exact problem, and possibly open the door to many more Among Us tournaments.
As one of the vanguard in tackling the issue of a competitive Among Us, the FaZe clan hosted a tournament of their own consisting obviously of 10 people. Their approach to the problem of Among Us is an interesting and unexpected one; using a points system. Basically, Crewmates can get points by voting and sussing the right people, while Imposters get votes for killing and getting away with and getting innocents kicked off. Games will be played until there are no ties, and whoever has the most points wins.
All in all, it’s an approach that opens the gateway to a good show, given that the rules for gaining points are a bit more transparent. Now the only obstacle for a competitive Among Us scene is for someone big to keep the ball rolling, and scaling this very limiting Among Us tournament design into something bigger.
How do you think Among Us could become something worth watching in a competitive scenario? Does FaZe’s point system seem sustainable across an eSports setting? How do you think big-name eSport teams will select their rosters? Let me know in the comments below.
Among Us | The Art of Self-Reporting; Imposter Edition
Being a good Imposter means you have to be adaptable and flow with the waves. Sometimes, this means you have to dig up old graves and revisit dead bodies you’ve just dealt with. There are times where you have to scream bloody murder in order to avert suspicion off of yourself, or just to stop someone else from doing it. Here we’ll cover when you should self-report a body to shake off suspicion and when you definitely shouldn’t.
You know that moment when you’re walking to electrical with two other people, one of which is someone who has been sussed all game? You decide to make a bold play and kill the other innocent and frame the other one by reporting the body? Yeah, I hate when that happens to me too, but I absolutely love doing it to people. It actually works a lot more than you’d think. In some situations, it may do you more good to let them report it and frame it as a self-report.
Kills are rarely closely examined at the beginning of the game. The majority of kills that happen in the first round, assume it is a short one, go unpunished because there is generally not enough info. Such a time of low suspicion is a great time to self-report to sweep someone under the rug with less consequence. The same rules still apply though, you can’t just go around being a wanton self-reporter because that gets old, but put some thought into it.
Beating Crewmates to the Punch:
Since there is a limitation of vision in Among Us, there are many times where you are dangerously close to being caught red-handed lopping off someone’s head. Sometimes you’re walking away from a body that hasn’t even hit the floor and you see a nosy Crewmate coming and your only option is to report the body before they see you standing over it. In situations like this, it is always better to self-report to control the narrative. The last thing you want is the Crewmate coming in saying that they saw you standing over a body that just fell and they reported it.
Throwing People Off:
Sometimes doing something illogical is the most logical thing you can do at times. Have you ever been duped by the phrase staring with, “But why would I…” from an Imposter? In situations where you find things going slow or you feel the need to make a play, a nonsensical self-report can take you places. Though there is always a slight chance that place may be floating through space so beware, hehe.
If anything, I hope this article has opened your mind to self-reporting a bit more if you weren’t already. For those of you who are chronic self-reporters, stop it, get some help. What is the stupidest or biggest brain self-report that you’ve gotten away with? Let me know in the comments below.
I lost my friend trickster three days ago I have not stopped trying to find him so pls help if you find out anything
I’m lexi and me and my friend kayla need one person (who has a mic!) that’s down to play fortnite with us as soon as possible 💯🤷🏼♀️ hmu if your down to play🤙 (15 and up please)
My New Among Us Video!
Hello Everyone! I just uploaded a new among us video! I hope you will enjoy it as much as I did!