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Competitive video games are becoming more popular than ever. Whether it’s a battle royale, a first person shooter or a fighting game, the chances are you are competing, either against friends or strangers online. With multiplayer becoming even more of a focus to game developers lately we are seeing huge Esports tournaments taking place around the world, culminating in finals for cash prizes (with the largest amount for a prize pool being $25,532,177 for Dota 2) or land winners medals, trophies and other goodies. Naturally, more and more countries are starting up their own Esports organisations and Scotland is no exception. This article will look at what that will potentially mean for the gaming community of Scotland and beyond. . . . .