Two professional gaming teams joins a professional NBA team and a lawsuit for a game may have promised too much.

FOX's Eammonn Dignam has the details in the latest 'FOX Bits':

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The business of eSports continues to grow into the world of physical sports. Scott O'Neil is the CEO of Philadelphia's pro basketball team, the 76ers, and recently purchased two pro gaming teams and will consolidate them.

He appeared on "Mornings With Maria" on the FOX Business Network to discuss the potential of eSports:

(O'Neil) "They're passionate, they're spending an hour and half a day watching."

Gamers are disappointed by 'No Man's Sky', with many feeling scammed. 

Ella Cahoon of the Advertising Standards Authority in London tells me that an investigation has been opened for deceptive advertising against producer 'Hello Games':

(Murray) "What we're trying to do is make an entire universe, generated by the computer and then we're going to set people loose in it."

Sean Murray of the company, promoting the game close to a year ago on "The Late Show with Stephen Colbert". 

The Advertising Standards Authority is the U.K.'s independent regulator of advertising across all media.

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FOX News reached out to 'Hello Games' for a response to the investigation. (As of time of publication they had not responded.)