Quick Intro

eSports is a general term used to describe video gaming on personal computers excised on a competitive level – either in gaming competitions where players join remotely via the internet – or where competitions hare held in auditoriums and other large arenas where players are connected on LAN.

eSports is also known as electronic sports, esports, e-sports, competitive (video) gaming, professional (video) gaming, or pro gaming.

eSports encompasses a wide range of video game genres. Popular real-time strategy (RTS) games include StarCraft 2, Dota, and League of Legends. Common first-person shooters include Call of Duty: Modern Warfare and Half Life/Counter-Strike. Additionally, there are a few console games that are played in eSports competitions, including Guitar Hero, Halo 3, and Super Street Fighter IV.

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