MLSE says its pro gamers will be team ambassadors — and will be fighting fit

Forget the stereotype of video gamers hunched over a controller, munching on junk food in a dark basement.

Like their NBA and MLS athlete counterparts, Maple Leaf Sports & Entertainment's pro gamers will strike a balance between physical training and health and wellness when they report daily to the training centre.

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