Why would I use AimBooster? Isn't it better to just play the game I want to be good at?
Obviously you can't become good at a game by only playing AimBooster. That said, playing AimBooster can have some advantages compared to only playing the game you want to be good at:
1. Focus on one thing
When musicians try to master a song, they don't play the entire song over and over. Instead, they pick a difficult part and practice only that part until they can play it perfectly, then move on. By doing that, they can identify the mistakes they make a lot and fix them, and improve much faster as a result.
You should do the same when learning to play a game. In a game, there's always a lot going on. You have to think about strategies, tactics, movement, builds, the minimap, etc. While you're playing, you're training all these things at the same time, but your attention is divided, so you improve much slower. When playing AimBooster, you can focus with your entire brain on one thing: improving your mouse control.
2. Play while your game is loading / finding a match / etc
AimBooster doesn't need to load. Ok maybe it does, but it takes like 1 second. You can easily squeeze in a bit of AimBooster while your game is loading up, finding a match, in pre-game lobby, etc.
3. Available anywhere anytime
All you need is a browser and an internet connection and you can start training. When the servers of your game of choice are down for maintenance, the AimBooster servers will most likely be up and running.
4. No minimum game time
Don't have time to play a full game? A training session takes exactly as long as you want. You can train for 2 minutes or 2 hours.
5. Test new mouse settings quickly
If you're playing on a different computer than usual, you might find it easier to use AimBooster instead of loading up a game when tweaking your mouse settings.