Our newest addition to the Leaderboards, called Reactions, allows you to break down your reaction time based on the type of weapon you use, or an average of all weapons available.
We have all passed around links to random games that measure reaction time and asked everyone to share their times at one point or another. There are also the other games that supposedly help decrease your reaction time. Today, you can see your actual reaction time from a CS:GO match on ESEA.
In the blog, we have taken the first step in breaking down the meaning of our new reaction time statistic, how it is calculated, and how we are displaying it. The statistic is only available to ESEA Insider users. However, the top 100 users are available on the Leaderboards page.
As a reminder, this is just a snapshot of the update. Complete details are available on the blog linked below.