The Growth of eSport

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E-sport

Yin Shiyu (Bob)
Dongbei University of Finance and Economics
King’s Class 2
2013.04.21

The Index

Page2:……………………………………………………………………………………Index

Page3:………………………………………….…………………………………Introduction

Page4:…………………………………………………………………..E-sport(Description)

Page5:…………………………………..………The growth of E-sport(Cause and Effect)

Page6:…………………………….…E-sport and Online games(Compare and Contrast)

Page7:…………………………………………….…Put E-sport into Olympics(Argument)

Page8:……………………………………………………………………………..Conclusion

Page9:…………………………………………………………………………...Bibliography

Page10:……………………………………………………...............…Personal Biography

Introduction

At the present, people can see computers all over the world and computers are widely used in every different area. The most common use of computers is playing games and 60 percent young people play games on computers throughout the world. Computers games are divided into many kinds and one kind has became a sport which is called E-sport. This sport is becoming more popular and there are many matches held just like the Olympics.
80 percent people in the world do not know about E-sport and they think E-sport is just another computer game played online. However, there are lots of differences between E-sport and online games. The most important thing is that E-sport has its own spirit.
How does E-sport come out? It is a interesting question to work out. The development of technology and needs fore people to entertain cause it. At the same time it makes many great effects on the world including good ones and bad ones. It made players’ dream come true but it is not good to people’s health.
Many people mix up the E-sport and online games. Why does that happen? In fact, there are some similarities of these two games because they are all played online. However, the more important distinction makes them different. Compare to online games, E-sport shows the spirit of sport.
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Bibliography: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Olympic_Games http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/E-sport http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Olympic_spirit http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/E-sport#History http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Electronic_games Personal Biography Yin Shiyu, a student from Dongbei University of Finance and Economics(DUFE). He had learned for nearly 2 years and was enrolled in the “2+2” double degree Program in Financial Management jointly offered by DUFE and King’s University College at the Western University. Yin Shiyu was born in Liaoyang city, Liao Ning province in 1993 and he studied in Dalian after 8 years old. He was sent to the boarding school and learned to be independent. After junior high school, his family moved to Dalian and had a happy life there. His family never forced him to study but Yin Shiyu had a autonomous learning ability. Yin Shiyu is a enthusiasm and active person and he is genuinely interested in everybody. He loves sport and always takes exercise. He likes to make business and his dream is to be a business man.

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