In the past, the video game industry was defined as one of the genres of entertainment, and as such it is widely perceived to this day. It is quite understandable. Most people asked about video games, would describe them as fun, but a bit childish way of spending your free time. On the other hand, there is a completely different type of people - the ones who realised that computer gaming is becoming a branch of modern competitive sportsmanship. Sounds unreal? E-sportsmen acquired idol status among young people all around the world. With sport class visas, previously reserved only for professional athletes, they travel across the globe and take part in various tournaments where they play in front of a live audience, counting hundreds of thousands fans. South Korea even turned Starcraft - real time strategy game - into its national sport.