I get why people are sceptical about esports, for years games have just been something to pass the time at home, anyone can play, there's no physical exertion involved, etc. These days though people dedicate hours of their lives each day to honing their skills, they spend as much if not more time than people would spend practicing their football skills. Elite pro level gamers really are on a different planet to the average Joe. Anyone that thinks "oh I could do that, give me a controller" think again, some of these top level players would absolutely wipe the floor with you. You really do have to admire the dedication and the skill, sure there's not much by the way of physicality but then as others have said neither is darts, snooker, poker, etc. and plenty of people watch that. I used to play a first person shooter competititvely in my youth, had a team of about 10 of us and we'd play in leagues with other teams from all across Europe. There was no money in it then to speak of but the buzz of being part of a team, the teamwork needed to succeed, developing the tactics, the friendships, winning, etc. was on a par with any 'real' sport. Whether you like it or not, it's growing and growing in popularity and it can only be a good thing for Wolves to become a part of it.