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A for a popular computer game has said video should be an Olympics sport. Rob Pardo, chief creative for the World of Warcraft game, told the BBC that video games should be in the Olympic Games. He said the Olympics needed to be more . He said millions of people love playing and watching gaming, which is also known as e-. Mr Pardo said e-sports needs "a very competitive ". He added that professional have "lightning " reflexes and have to make hundreds of quick at any time.

Pardo said it would be to get e-sports into the Olympics. Many people do not see it as a sport. He says it is a sport because it needs physical and skill. He believes it is better and more than many Olympics sports. He said did not want gaming to be in the Olympics because it uses and not athleticism. PC Magazine said there could be a international competition for e-sports that could be like the Olympics. This would make gaming the event. In the Olympics, gaming would be one of sports.

 
 

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