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Esports keeps the lights on, as COVID-19 shuts down global sports

By TVC News Nigeria
23 March 2020   |   8:36 am
An esports tournament in Berlin was still held remotely, after measures to slow the spread of coronavirus shuttered the arena. Formula One also sought to move racing to online, to fill the massive void in sports.

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