Bill proposed to define and allow esports in Maryland

ANNAPOLIS — Legislation that would define esports in Maryland, allow prizes and prevent gambling was heard by the House Ways and Means committee on Thursday. The legislation defines esports as a competition involving video games, including first-person shooters, real-time strategy games and multiplayer online battle arenas, in which players compete against each other. The bill said esports ...

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