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How to Watch Esports Anywhere

Esports is the title given to the video game industry’s competitive-player arm. The term doesn’t refer to a few friends getting together on the weekend to down beers and pizza while engaging in smack-talk-filled FIFA or Madden NFL sessions: Esports stokes the competitive fires by adding tournament structures and cash prizes.

Money is generated from players paying tournament entrance fees or purchasing downloadable content and from large companies

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