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NBA Elements Make Unexpected Push into eSports

An odd new development recently came to light as some major NBA figures recently made an equally major move in the field of eSports. Golden State Warriors' Peter Guber, along with a group of other features including none other than Magic Johnson, bought the controlling interest in Team Liquid, one of the biggest figures in eSports around.The exact amount of the deal was unclear, but we know that the entire industry right now is worth around $493 million, no mean feat in and of itself.
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