Late December, I got back into video games – you know, the classic shoot-em and planning strategies. Waiting for my game to start, I found something cool: there's a big esports community down in Mexico.
Esports, or competitive gaming, is getting more popular, and Mexico's part of it. They've got special places for gaming, tournaments, and their very own esports stadium. TV Azteca, Arena "The Place to Play," and Riot Games joined forces, showing how big esports is, not just in Mexico but worldwide.
TV Azteca and Arena "The Place to Play" focus on what gamers want – pro gaming spaces and the latest tech. Teaming up with Riot Games is a big deal, making Mexico a key player in esports.
Even though I only play video games a couple times a year, it's cool to see how much gaming has evolved. While modern games look amazing, I still love the simplicity of an old favorite like Super Mario Bros.