CES thinks eSports will be the next big thing
Some of the more curious conversations happening at the Las Vegas CES 18 show focused on eSports.
They’re part of the growth of video-game competition, which has grown from the days of “Pong” on a black-and-white screen in the basement to real-time strategy, fighting and multilayer online competitions covered live by Web sites.
Twitter Chief Operating Officer Anthony Noto told The Post that he predicts one day soon universities will have NCAA-sanctioned eSports teams with real scholarships.
And WNBA president Lisa Borders sees eSports eventually becoming an Olympic sport.