For those who don't know: Electronic sports (eSports) comprises the competitive play of video games. Other terms include competitive gaming, professional gaming, e-sport, and cybersport. The most common video game genres associated with electronic sports are real-time strategy (RTS), fighting, first-person shooter (FPS), massively-multiplayer online (MMOG), and racing. Games are played competitively at amateur, semi-professional and professional levels, and some games have organized competition in the form of leagues and tournaments. Events such as Major League Gaming (MLG), Global Starcraft II League (GSL), World Cyber Games (WCG), Dreamhack, and Intel Extreme Masters provide both real-time casting of streamed games, and cash prizes to the winners. That sums it up better than I can. In America, the concept of eSports is raipdly gaining popularity, especially thinks to what's currently the most played game on the planet, League of Legends: League of Legends Crowns $1M Champions League of Legends Changes the Landscape of eSports Anyway, thoughts? I know a lot of you old fogies probably hate the thought of being paid to play a video game, but what are some honest opinions?