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The eSport performance Test (video)

We have developed Germany’s first eSport performance test and it is already being used by us at the German Sports University in Cologne. The test battery measures the eSport relevant abilities of the players in order to identify the potentials and discover weak points. The results are required to establish esport specific training programs.

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08.04 – 14.04.2019

Games Week Berlin: Europe's leading network platform for games, development and culture

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13.04. – 14.04.2019

TwitchCon Europe 2019

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eSport-study 2019

On January 17 we published the results of our eSport-study 2019 at a press conference. For the study we asked over 1200 amateur and professional esports player about their health-related behavior and their training habits. The results: room for improvements in both areas. […]



Fit for eSport – these exercises help!

In our last blog entry we informed you about the most common injuries in eSport. The present entry is supposed to provide you multiple exercises to counteract the complaints preventively. A basic principle to remember is: every kind of movement helps to keep the body and mind healthy and fit. Even a short walk promotes blood circulation, activates the muscles and thus protects against possible illnesses. […]



25.10. – 27.10.2019

ESL One Hamburg 2019 - Germany's biggest Dota 2 tournament!

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18.10. – 20.10.2019

Dreamhack Rotterdam 2019 - The biggest digital entertainment festival in the Netherlands!

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eSport injuries – the most common complaints

The argument that eSport is a rather less physically exhausting kind of sport does not come along with the occurring injuries.  Hardly any player can play for years without injuries or complaints. Similar to regular sports, there is also a certain risk of injury in eSports. Those injuries mainly differ from traditional sports, because they barely eventuate rapidly. In this article we take a look into what injuries or disorders are most likely to occur and what you can do to prevent them. […]



Women in eSport

From July 20 to 22, the Girl Gamer eSports Festival took place in Lisbon, Portugal. It’s an event where a total of 8 professional teams compete against each other in three different eSport games. Only women are allowed to participate in this tournament. But is this gender segregation necessary in order to see women in eSport? […]



30.08. – 01.09.2019

ADAC SimRacing Expo 2019 - The (virtual) motorsport event!

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