Here we go! Talk time. That's right, it's Friday. Time for another round of Tell Us Dammit. No, make that TELL US DAMMIT. And here's how it works: We ask a question, you answer it. Simple and no strings attached! This isn't some marketing survey or whatever. It's an emotional investment in you. Yes, we're interested in knowing you, Kotaku reader person. You probably know fucktons about us - more than you even want to, we're sure. But, hey, we'd like to know about you. That way you won't be some faceless blob - and we might feel a tinge of guilt when we ban your ass. Or not, because really we're incapable of human emotion. We think. The Olympics have started! And we all oh so very excited!! So much so that Gawker Media is aggregating all the network's Olympic coverage in one place on sister sports blog Deadspin. That place is right here. ANWYAY, here's my question: Do you think gaming should be an Olympic sport? And why?
No. Just no.
Several other good sports that have more defined rules, worldwide championships and are stable are not part of the Olympics... games just have no place in it.
Baseball for instance. Or Chess.
Also, there's a limited number of sports, and they must have very strict rules to be there. They all involve some sort of athletic ability.
Games have just too many variables. Ranging from: WHICH games, to computer specs and several other stuff.
There are also several problems regarding the space it would require, the whole problem in installing and configuring computers, and other stuff.
It has some problems close to why Chess isn't considered an Olympic sport... read here: [www.time.com]