Tristan Tate wants ‘E-Sports’ Banned, Claims ‘Athletes’ Losers in Real Life

The Tate brothers (Andrew and Tristan) have made waves with their outspoken views on global issues. Despite facing backlash, they persist in addressing what they perceive as injustices in the world. In a recent incident, Tristan Tate expressed his disapproval of the e-sports industry which is projected to reach a staggering $2.3 billion by the close of 2024.

A video shared by ‘no context memes’ depicted a group of teenagers engaged in a video game within a room filled with computers. The atmosphere seemed competitive, with two teams vying against each other.

Following the game, tensions escalated as one participant launched into a barrage of insults directed at the opposing team. There was a lengthy back and forth before the two teams settled down for another round. Tristan Tate had a strong response to this video that was posted on Twitter.

He tweeted, “E-Sports cannot be called “sports” at all if this is what the “athletes” look like. Everybody in this video is a loser. Everybody. Take away their devices and have them do ANYTHING in real life and they would all score below average at everything. Ban the term E-Sports.”

Despite Tate’s criticisms, the esports sector shows no signs of slowing down. With the gaming industry already valued at approximately $1.9 billion by the close of 2023, major corporations are increasingly investing in esports sponsorship.

Projections indicate that the industry’s value could surge to $2.3 billion by the end of the current year. However, it seems like Tristan Tate should be concerned about something else other than this.

Andrew and Tristan Tate are in legal controversies, with allegations of human trafficking currently being addressed in Romania. As of yet, no solid evidence has been offered against the brothers.

They are still under arrest and awaiting trial. It seems like the Tate brothers may be extradited to the UK only once their Romanian trial is over.