The esports industry is expected to eclipse $1 billion soon, yet the U.S. amateur system is almost entirely unorganized. Super League Gaming is hoping to fill that void, with a little league for esports that welcomes gamers as young as 6. (Dec. 12) AP

College scholarships, six-figure average salaries and houses in Los Angeles with personal chefs, nutritionists and more at the ready. And training – hours and hours of training.

Player Xmithie (pronounced “ex-myth-ie”), for example, practices Tuesday through Friday with games and tournaments on the weekend during the regular season and playoffs. Days start around 9:30 a.m., team meetings are around 10 a.m. with practices and scrimmages from 11 a.m. until 9 p.m.