Fantasy fights and sham shoot-ups lure investors to E-sports stocks

Paying to watch people play computer games may seem curious to some, but it is catching on not only in sporting arenas but also on the stock market and business world.

While many financiers have been glued to the Rugby World Cup, London has also hosted the equally competitive, if less strenuous, League of Legends E-sports event last weekend.

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