Video games should be in Olympics, says Warcraft maker
J Thoendell stashed this in Video Games
"I think the way that you look at e-sports is that it's a very competitive skillset and you look at these professional gamers and the reflexes are lightning quick and their having to make very quick decisions on the fly.
"When you look at their 'actions per minute', they're clearing over 300."
However, he conceded that video gaming faces a cultural battle to win other those who follow more physical sports.
"That starts getting into how you define sport," he said.
"If you want to define sport as something that takes a lot of physical exertion, then it's hard to argue that videogames should be a sport, but at the same time, when I'm looking at things that are already in the Olympics, I start questioning the definition."