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Submitted by gamerlive 394d ago | interview

MLG Founder Sundance DiGiovanni Believes ESports Will Be Mainstream Within 10 Years

With the world of pro gaming focused on Texas this weekend for the MLG Dallas Winter Championship, eSports continues to grow. There are new games added to the mix with Activision and Treyarch’s Call of Duty: Black Ops II and Blizzard Entertainment’s StarCraft II: Heart of the Swarm joining Riot Games’ League of Legends. And live streaming numbers continue to catapult worldwide.

Sundance DiGiovanni, CEO and co-founder of Major League Gaming, believes the future looks bright for pro gaming. In fact, within a decade, he believes eSports will be part of pop culture just like regular sports are today. He talks about what the future holds in this exclusive interview. (Culture, Major League Gaming, MLG, Sundance DiGiovanni)

jagiii  +   394d ago
So many people don't even know what eSports is and it's huge.

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