No Limits If You Make Your Own Athletes


From the array of Thanksgiving Classic football games to family-style Turkey Bowls and other sports played this holiday, the sports menu hasn’t changed much at all over the years. Yet technology could change everything here … and soon. In fact, it could change the way we play and watch sports altogether.


Imagine spending Thanksgiving on the couch, but instead of watching a live game we’re all watching a televised videogame. Sounds incredible. But in South Korea, videogames are already viewed as a spectator sport: They’re televised nationally.


Imagine doing this in a real-life arena as well.


Imagine cutting the athletes out of the game altogether, and instead watching computer-simulated sports. I’m not just talking about...

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