eSports Covered By ESPN

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Despite what it looks like on TV and in the movies, most young people are not really that into playing sports any more. They’d rather play video titles in the fighting game, first-person shooter, real-time strategy and multiplayer online battle arena genre. So, ESPN has taken up the challenge and is covering video game championship events which are getting bigger ratings than the world series of… anything. Here are some of its top performers…
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League Of Legends

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Super Smash Bros.

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Tekken

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Doom

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Quake

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Call of Duty

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Dota / Dota 2

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Street Fighter

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Smite

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Heroes of the Storm

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Tetris

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Heroes of Newerth

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Vainglory

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StarCraft: Brood War

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FIFA

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EndGods

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World of Tanks

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World of Warcraft

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Pokémon

No, not Pokémon Go. Just Pokémon. The biggest eSports event on the ESPN calendar, covering the Nintendo World Championship. It’s bigger than the World Cup…
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