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During the last two decades, esports, a highly competitive sporting activity, has gained increasing popularity. Both performance and competition in esports require players to have fine motor skills and physical and cognitive abilities in controlling and manipulating digital activities in a virtual environment. While strategies for building and improving skills and abilities are crucial for successful gaming performance, few effective training approaches exist in the fast-growing area ofdoi:10.3390/brainsci10070454 pmid:32679797 fatcat:imivwgjonrbn3n7wvfklsgrjfi