Comcast Creating First eSports Arena in Philadelphia
In many ways, he's a lot like other professional athletes. He spends countless hours honing his craft, jet-setting to far-flung venues to play in front of large, boisterous crowds. He signs autographs and takes selfies with admiring fans. But this is no conventional sportsman playing a conventional sport. This is Cormac 'Doolsta' Dooley. Only 18 and not even out of high school yet, he's part of a growing industry -- once derided by some parents as a mindless waste of time -- that has quickly exploded into a global, lucrative profession: esports. 'Even if you win one $50K tournament, that's