Yes, I would imagine players like gamesager are a lot more common on PC. Yes it is a case by case individual thing but in my anecdotal observation console players are more casual on the whole. The nature of a console is more casual. You buy one system and all games for that system are compatible for the life of the console. There are no sound cards, video cards to upgrade, no settings to adjust. Heck even the small computer monitors a better choice for gaming than the 60 inch flat screen TVs hanging on the wall on their living room most console players use. Most console players didn't even know there is a lag due to using an LCD screen...And that's without factoring in connection lag and clunkyness of a controller. Yes, there are some really good console players and there are some really bad PC players. I just think the average PC player is better than the average console player due to the hardware itself and the commitment it takes to get into PC gaming to begin with (how much would a good gaming rig set you back). I'm a life long console player but that stuff is easy mode by comparison, it's why I have one. Plug in and play. I never rage quit but a lot of people do and it's a problem. If they add PC players to the network I'll be surprised if anyone can make it through a match with the same team they started with due to poor sports unable to deal with skill gap. Right now players like gamesager are a big fish in a little pond. In the PC world he would be one of many.