Esports is the term used to cover all forms of competitive online gaming. Popular video games like League of Legends, Defense of the Ancients 2, Hearthstone and Starcraft 2 are all examples of esports, and there are many more.
An individual participating in online gaming is called a gamer. In online games, gamers from all around the world can play in teams. They also participate in tournaments watched by millions of spectators online and have million-dollar prizes.
The short answer – Anyone! A gamer needs a game console or a PC, an internet connection, and the game. Most of the popular games are free to play, and downloading the game isn’t required. Gamers play online.
The best players train for years to become the leading gamers, just like any athlete. Anyone can get involved and have a great time.
Esports covers a variety of different video games. In fact any video game where you compete against another player is an esport. Popular types of games include:
Multiplayer online battle arenas like League of Legends and Defense of the Ancients 2
Real-time strategy games like StarCraft 2
First person shooters like Counter-Strike: Global Offensive
Fighting games like Street Fighter and Mortal Kombat
Sports games like FIFA
If a student or another individual is interested in playing an esports with the CIEA, they can email us at firstname.lastname@example.org
The FIFA 20 E-league will take place at the Bodden Town Civic Centre, from Feb 1 – March 14th, every saturday from 10am – 1pm.
On the main menu, select leagues and tournaments, then select the league you would like to register for. Fill out all the information and finalize payment.
Anyone can signup and compete at any age. Individuals 12 years and under require signed parent consent.