Pop Star Stepping into Competitive Gaming

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A pop star dives into competitive gaming and illegal copies of an exclusive game make their way to auction sites.

FOX's Eammonn Dignam reports in the latest 'FOX Bits':

Your insiders cheat code to gaming, I'm Eammonn Dignam.

J.Lo said that "My Love Don't Cost a Thing," but buying into an eSports franchise does. Singer, and actress Jennifer Lopez part of a group investing in San Francisco based NRG eSports:

https://www.twitch.tv/team/nrg
Closing a $15 million deal that includes Lopez, former basketball star Shaquille O'Neill and other sports figures like Alex Rodriguez, Marshawn Lynch and others.

The group announced the roster for their 'Overwatch' team. The most famous on the team arguably Jay Won, who goes by "Sinatraa" in game and Andre Dahlstrohm, aka "IDDQD."
NRG also has professional teams in 'Rocket League', 'Counter-Strike: Global Offensive' and 'Super Smash Brothers'.

It didn't take long for Hackers to yank the code from Nintendo's new SNES Classic retro console putting versions of the exclusive 'Star Fox 2' on cartridges.
Multiple outlets reporting that copies were found on EBay on Tuesday. They were pulled by the auction website shortly after.
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