Looks like gaming is officially a REAL sport, and the definitive proof is… drug testing. Yes, that is correct, professional gaming is rife with performance enhancing drugs like adderall and I’m guessing copious amounts of cocaine…. and quantro… and pot… and chef boyardee… and doritos… and little ceasar’s crazy bread… … .. wait, what were we talking about?



The Electronic Sports League took notice after Kory Friesen told Govindasamy:
“I don’t even care. We were all on Adderall. I don’t even give a fuck. It was pretty obvious if you listened to the comms. People can hate it or whatever.”

ESL has teamed up with two major anti doping sports groups, Europe’s NADA (Nationale Anti Doping Agentur), and WADA (World Anti Doping Agency). Together they’ve developed rules and regulations and a program that they feel is fair to all the players. They will be implementing the first PED skin tests in August and will be making it a requirement for all ESL hosted, organized, or produced events.

WAY TO GO FRIESEN! Ruined it for everyone! GO GET ME SOME CRAZY BREAD!

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