Thu, 15 June 2017
Soaring athlete contracts, growing TV revenues and cheating and doping scandals.
Nope. Not the NFL or World Cup Soccer. It’s the burgeoning world of e-Sports or spectator video games. Video game live televised tournaments and leagues are fast becoming big business. And with it comes legal issues that are all too familiar for those who follow more established, traditional “ball-and-stick” sports leagues.
Aaron Swerdlow of Gerard Fox Law explores the new legal frontier of e-Sports. Coming soon to an Xbox near you.