E-Sports is taking the world by storm with almost 500 million annual viewers and players. With such a growing fanbase and athletic pool, more and more E-Sports tournaments and arenas are popping up. Take a look at our Sports Report to find out how E-Sports is changing the sporting world as we know it, and a few tips and tricks from professionals if you want to plan your own tournament.
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