The Overwatch league, an esport, had its biggest event recently at the Barclays Center. They sold out 20K plus tickets, and it was on ESPN. I bring this up, wondering what that kind of turnout means to traditional minor league sports, or even what it speaks to major sports. The current young generation plays sports, but exponentially, more play video games. Kids that play a sport will follow it. They will also be likely to become fans if a parent takes them to pro games. But are we facing the elimination of the casual fan, who might see advertising and opt to go to a game on a whim? Heck, that is how I became a Wings fan. I am thinking the young generation is very unlikely to leave home for a random live sports event. Marketing sports like the NLL will be a real challenge in the future.