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It’s time to catch up; eSports is huge

Take one of the biggest sporting fixtures on the planet – the Super Bowl – then double the audience. That’s the kind of global reach eSports now has, with more than 250 million people in 2016 alone tuning in to catch the next generation of sports stars streaming their talents.

Forget your preconceived notions – these guys are serious athletes. They spend hours every day practising their skills and honing their strategies, pushing the limits of the human body’s most important organ – the brain.

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