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From a Poland stadium to Twitter, ESL has e-sports covered

Last weekend and this weekend, on the other side of the world, professional gamers have gathered in Katowice, Poland at the Intel Extreme Masters.

The e-sports world championship includes tournaments for "Counter-Strike: Global Offensive," "StarCraft II" and "League of Legends" with prize money totaling $650,000.

The competition is just one of thousands put on each year by ESL, the largest e-sports company in the world, whose events range from top-tier stadium tournaments to weekly o

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