Esports : Real Sports or not?

| September 27, 2018

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Whether you’re a gamer or not, you must have heard of the term Esports. What is it exactly and why is rapidly taking the world by storm?Like regular sports, Esports is centered around a competition, but it doesn’t involve as much athleticism like you need in football, basketball, or baseball. It involves running, jumping, fighting, but they all happen in the virtual world. Simply put, Esports means competing to be the best player(s) in a video game.

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