Anti-doping plan for video game tournaments launched
July 26 , 2015
A firm that holds prominent video game tournaments is taking anti-doping measures after Kory Friesen, a top gamer, admitted to having taken a performance enhancing medicine.
He reportedly took the drug called Adderall during a tournament in March.
The Electronic Sports League (ESL), an eSports organization, said it would evolve an anti-doping policy that was “fair, feasible and conclusive”.
The ESL calls itself the largest eSports organisation in the world, with almost six million members.