If Serral keeps this up and eventually becomes the best player in the world (key word is if), do you think it'd have an affect on the popularity of the game/genre since it might garner more international attention? it feels like Korean domination, a high learning curve, and so many instant gratification dopamine games these days makes the appeal of SC2 weaker.
Since Blizzard split up the WCS system to make it more feasible for foreigners (assumption) making it more appealing to be an SC2 progamer, is Serral a prime example of this? Will he motivate and carry momentum for all other foreigners to compete at a higher level?
I'm just theory crafting and wondering if the game was dominated by foreigners, would it have more appeal to the rest of the world? Or, is it just something that's not as enjoyable as team play MOBA or plug and play FPS games.