Esports players train like traditional professional athletes with regular gym visits, performance coaching, and a nutritionist-designed diet. CompLexity, an esports franchise, is developing training that borrows straight from the books of professional football players – and there’s a reason for that.
As more money pours into esports, what it means to train like a professional gamer has changed. Jason Lake, compLexity CEO, refers to this industry shift as “esports 3.0.”
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