Esports In the commonwealth Games, What you need to know.

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In recent years, Esports has gained popularity as a legitimate competitive sport. It has even made its way into the Commonwealth Games. A multi-sport event featuring athletes from countries that were once part of the British Empire. But what exactly is Esports, and what do you need to know about it in the context of the Commonwealth Games?

What is Esports?

Esports is a form of competitive video gaming where players or teams compete against each other in a variety of games. These games can range from popular first-person shooter games like Call of Duty and Overwatch. To multiplayer online battle arena games like League of Legends and Dota 2. Esports competitions are typically held in arenas or online, with players competing for cash prizes, trophies, and bragging rights.

Esports was first included in the 2022 Commonwealth Games in Birmingham, England. The Esports competition featured two games: FIFA 22, a soccer game, and Real Cricket 21, a cricket game. Both games were played on the PlayStation 5 console.

The Esports competition at the Commonwealth Games was not without controversy. Some critics argued that video gaming should not be considered a sport. However, supporters of Esports argue that it requires skill, strategy, and physical dexterity. Much like traditional sports.

What You Need to Know

If you’re interested in Esports and want to follow the action at the Commonwealth Games, here are a few things you should know:

The Esports competition will be broadcast on TV and online. The Esports competition at the Commonwealth Games will be broadcast on BBC iPlayer and the BBC Sport website. You can also watch the competition on Twitch, a popular streaming platform for Esports. You can also get further involved and watch on fandifi.

The competition will be played on PlayStation 5 consoles: Both FIFA 22 and Real Cricket 21 will be played on PlayStation 5 consoles. Players will use controllers to play the games, much like they would for any other video game.

The competition will feature players from different countries. You can expect to see players from countries like England, Australia, India, and Canada competing.

The Esports competition at the Commonwealth Games will have official rules and regulations that all players must follow. These rules will ensure that the competition is fair and that all players have an equal chance of winning.

The competition will be just as exciting as traditional sports. While some people may argue that Esports is not a “real” sport. The competition at the Commonwealth Games will be just as exciting as any other sport. You can expect to see skilled players competing at the highest level, with plenty of drama and excitement along the way.


Esports is a growing industry, and its inclusion in the Commonwealth Games is a testament to its popularity and legitimacy as a competitive sport. Whether you’re a fan of video games or traditional sports, the Esports competition at the Commonwealth Games is worth checking out. With skilled players from different countries competing for gold medals, it’s sure to be an exciting event that showcases the best of Esports.

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