Can Esports Fill the Void?

Can Esports fill the Void?

With the traditional sports calendar all but completely slashed in the wake of the COVID-19, eSports has been making headlines around the world.

While esports has not been immune to COVID-19’s reach, its online foundation and digital nature make it much more agile in the current social-distanced operating environment. So much so that many operators are beginning to look at esports much more seriously than they have ever before.

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