Introduce e-sports in schools? Parents not so sure

Do kids already spend too much time staring at the screen everyday? Parents sure seem to think so.

EVEN with the rise in the popularity of e-sports in Malaysia and around the world, it is still difficult for parents to shake off the negative connotations of gaming.

Several e-sports academies have now been established in the country, testament to how much ground video gaming is gaining locally.

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