Esports: Inside the relentless training of professional gaming stars Game Moba

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Professional, competitive video game playing—the phenomenon known as esports—has seen double digit growth for much of the past decade. With a massive following, many say it will soon become an official Olympic event. Throughout the U.S., high schools are launching competitive gaming clubs, and even some colleges are offering scholarships to top players.

It’s a dream come true for professional esports players—traveling the world and paid salaries to play video games full time for a living.

But as money continues to pour into the industry, the pressure on these young pros—many still in their teens—is leading to early burnout from high stress, repetitive stress injuries, and grueling practice schedules.

In this episode of CBSN Originals, we follow pro esports players Doublelift (League of Legends) and Space (Overwatch) as they compete for glory, get an inside look at what it takes to be pro, and explore the risks many are taking to stay at the top.


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41 thoughts on “Esports: Inside the relentless training of professional gaming stars Game Moba

  1. TheRealGamestaParadisee says:

    Wish I had this type of support when I was young now I’m 25 arguing with my wife about me streaming and trying to follow my dreams it’s such a stressful thing

  2. H.P lovecraft N-4 says:

    i'm keep saying in your face baby boomer including millennium up people do not understand that technology including new things

  3. Said Mohammed says:

    E-sport will destroy our next generation both health and education. The impact of e sports is already visible in our parks and sports centres. There are fewer youths come to play outside as they addicted to these online games. For the sake of few pounds for the treasury they just ruin our kids future by allowing every fortnight launching new games. It's a crime not to ban online games.

  4. Xiang Feng says:

    I came here because of the novel that I read about e-sport and now I deeply fallen in love with e-sport so I'm a new fan here hahaha😂

  5. Chess X says:

    It is now clear that at its core any upbringing boils down to goading one's child to make money. What you do for that is irrelevant.

  6. Jarrell Abram says:

    “They think we’re just nerds” you are 😂😂 but so are they ! They just hide it !! Same cool guys making fun of you play cod and 2k 4-8 hours a day mics yelling game slang and all

  7. Paulo Losi says:

    HOLD UP!! YOU MEAN TO TELL ME THAT YOU CAN ACTUALLY MAKE MONEY PLAYING VIDEO GAMES?!! 😳🤯. I CANT BELIEVE IVE BEEN LIED TO MY WHOOOLE LIFE AS A KID! I WAS TOLD IT WAS THE WORST THING TO EVER DO!😱😩

  8. FNS flo. Wenner says:

    Literally this is the best insight into the esport industry than ever before., it provides a new perspective of a subject in dispute.

  9. Last Orion says:

    Crazy, because back then I was a TOP 500 Overwatch player. Due to an injury on my elbow, I lost my natural ability of fluid movements. Before that I played for a lot prize money as a high schooler getting anywhere between $150-500 per tournament. Tallying up my earnings it ended up being 9,275 USD in less than 8 months. It may not seem like a lot compared to what players make now as professionals, but for a higher schooler who played over 75+ tournaments I can say it took a toll and it wasn't even "pro." I wanted to hit pro and go higher when I graduated high school due to that injury it crippled me not only physically… more mentally. You could see yourself get worse, worse, and worse as time goes by. The burnout is super serious which is why I support Esports whenever I can. Later, this year my college will have a team as well so I'm hoping to see tryouts. Very good article! Please do more!

  10. Makra Benede says:

    Respect to parents who support their child's passion and dreams, and the gamers who work so hard to achieve their dreams in e-Sports, amidst misconceptions, discriminations and prejudice. Also I hope esport will get more popular and that people understand how hard it is to be great at it because of the big competition.

  11. ansichart says:

    Disappointed that the Starcraft series was not mentioned.
    1) It’s the longest running esport game, starting in 1998.
    2) It’s ranked #1 in popularity for the RTS genre.
    3) It is often considered the most difficult (highest theoretical skill cap) eSport game in the world with its wide variety of skills required like APM, multitasking, reaction time, precision, game awareness.

  12. bilibilibi says:

    Esport gamer be like:

    I cant shoot coach i caaaant! I juat caant!

    Coach: thats ok son… let me tell i about a time i shot soembody

    😑

  13. Leon 778 says:

    It is really unbelievable how much money there is in such e-sports events. A game suddenly turns teenagers into millionaires. It's really unbelievable to see how advanced e-sports are at the moment. The emotions and the fans are exactly the same in esports as in real sports, which surprised me a lot

  14. Max Erber says:

    Showing how competititve League is and generally talking about League mad this documentary so much fun to watch. Gonna play a game of LOL now 2 😛

  15. JDragon272 says:

    I originally did wish to play Competitively in Gaming — but I believe I’m Not Built for Competitive Play.

    I originally wanted to try it at “Pokémon”, but quit doing that, for every plan I had — it backfired against me drastically, I didn’t last long. — Now again, with “Splatoon 2”, I figured this game would be my Second Chance to shine… again… nope.

    I’m just gonna enter into an “Acceptance Phase”, and say: “I Tried”, and just let everyone do as they please in Competitive Gaming. Players can Lose their Ranks or Positions, while Top Dogs can stay Top Dogs — it’s their problem now and no longer my problem.

  16. Ram On Fire says:

    i swear, i wish my parents would appreciate the fact than iam obsessed with gaming back in the days. no one stood by my side while i playing a esport game and may notice some talent or smtn.

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