Competitive gaming has exploded recently, and professional gamers have become superstars. That popularity has also made them targets for people outside eSports, mocking their athletic ability. But recent studies say the training necessary to become a professional gamer can be just as physically taxing as any other professional sport. Critics say video games do not require physical skill or strength, and without those traits, gamers cannot be considered athletes. What do you think? 🎮
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