eSports, also known as electronic sports or competitive gaming, refers to organized, multiplayer video game competitions. In eSports, professional players or teams compete against each other in various video games, often in front of a live audience or through online streaming platforms.

eSports can involve a wide range of video game genres, including first-person shooters (e.g., Counter-Strike: Global Offensive, Overwatch), multiplayer online battle arenas (e.g., League of Legends, Dota 2), real-time strategy games (e.g., StarCraft II), sports simulations (e.g., FIFA, NBA 2K), fighting games (e.g., Street Fighter, Super Smash Bros.), and many others.

These competitions can take place at various levels, from local tournaments to regional, national, and international events. Major eSports tournaments often offer substantial prize pools, with millions of dollars in winnings, attracting both professional players and enthusiastic fans.


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