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Bayern Munich Leads German Soccer Teams Reportedly Interested in eSports

VideoThe trend of international soccer clubs getting involved with eSports is not a new one, but it’s about to hit a crescendo in Germany. According to an article by Oliver Voss of WirtschaftsWoche, eight teams, led by powerhouse Bayern Munich, are reportedly exploring options to field eSports divisions to expand [...]
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