Performance Enhancing Drugs for eSports

BBC News reports "A top video game tournament company has launched an anti-doping scheme, after a top player admitted taking a performance-enhancing drug. Kory Friesen, known as Semphis, said he had taken an ADHD medicine called Adderall at a tournament in March. The Electronic Sports League (ESL) said it would work with the World Anti-Doping Agency to create a "fair, feasible and conclusive" policy. One video game expert told the BBC doping was a "big problem". Competitive gaming, known as eSports, is a growing phenomenon."

I suppose gamers need their digital drugs.


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