It used to be you could spot an athlete a mile away. He or she was the one on the street corner or the high school athletic field holding a ball, a bat, or warming up with a round of calisthenics.Not any longer.Today’s athletes are just as likely to be carrying a laptop or gaming bag (of a Mobile Edge
variety, of course) on their way to the big game at a downtown convention center, high school gymnasium, or even a college or pro football stadium.Their sport?
Electronic Sports, or eSports for short. The name describes video game competitions where individuals and teams play in front of live audiences. Some eSports competitions are amateur only, while others are for professionals. That’s right—professional video game players and competitive leagues! ESPN even has an eSports section
on its website, right alongside the NFL, MLB, and NBA."In 10 years' time, (eSports) will