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Video games affecting real life sports

In the NY Times, Rory Smith writes about how video games like FIFA and Football Manager have changed professional soccer. As Iwobi suggests, however, they increasingly do more than that: They are not merely representations of the game, but influencers of it. Iwobi is not the only player who believes that what he does on the field has been influenced by what he has seen rendered on a screen.
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