THE FACTORS INFLUENCING ATTITUDE OF “ESPORTS” PEOPLE IN BANGKOK, THAILAND
Electronic Computer Sport is a video game competition, characterized by using virtual space competitive features, which are generated by computer programs. The development of e-sports, on the one hand, implies the emergence of new industries, forms of commercial activity with a high investment attractiveness. On the other hand, critics of the e-sports concept in Thailand are increasingly claiming the negative consequences of its development, such as an increase in the young people dependence on gadgets, a change in their consciousness and attitude, an increase of young people unreadiness to live in the real world. The article presents results of study of Bangkok residents and their relationship to the problem of electronic sports, outlined the prospects for its legalization and growth of attractiveness for Thai business.
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