With friendly rivalries, eSports gain traction in corporate world

  • eSports
  • Monday, 22 Mar 2021

Team Curse players Christian 'IWillDominate' Rivera (left), Joedat 'Voyboy' Esfahani (centre) and David 'Cop' Roberson (right) prepare for the start of a match. — AFP Relaxnews

Microsoft software engineer Daniel Jost has found a way to take on his peers at Amazon, Apple, Facebook, and Google in friendly fashion – through video game competition.

His team is the one to beat when it comes to using jet-powered cars to score points by knocking giant balls, soccer-style, into nets on virtual fields in Rocket League tournaments organised by the Corporate Esports Association (CEA).

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