The Electronic Sports League, the world's largest e-sports league, said recently that it will begin randomly drug testing players at its competitive video game tournaments. The e-sports organization, which boasts around 5 million players, plans to work with the World Anti-Doping Agency to create and enforce rules surrounding the use of performance-enhancing drugs. In a statement, the organization said: “In order to maintain the spirit of fair play within e-sports, ESL has partnered with NADA (National Anti-Doping Agentur) to help create an anti-PED policy that is fair, feasible and conclusive while also respecting the privacy of players. ESL will also be ... Read More »
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