Although these athletes may not move from their chairs, many of them are still sweating by the end of a match.
More than 4,200 computer gamers recently gathered in Dallas, Texas, to display their lightning-fast reflexes during the five-day Cyberathlete Professional League (CPL) championships.
They came from 63 countries for a round-robin tournament to test their silicon skills in strategy and teamwork.
Source: Europe Media
Motorola has confirmed it is working with major video game companies to develop chips that would allow gamers to play one another on wireless networks at home.
"We're engaged with all the key gaming companies to understand their needs and their market requirements," Motorola spokesman Steve Howard said. "Gaming is obviously one of our key market spaces."
Source: Mainichi Daily News
L33tdawg: Hmmmz -- this might actually explain a lot! *grin*
Prolonged time playing video games could cause people to lose concentration, get angry easily and have trouble associating with others, a Japanese professor's research has suggested.