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In case of disagreement, the proof of the issues put forward by the parties depends on the evidences; which has been obtained and submitted legitimatelly; since the courts or arbitration boards decide by evaluating the evidence of the party with the burden of proof, and if it is suitable for clarifying the dispute.

Examination of the relationship between e-sports and violence

It is of great importance to examine acts of violence resulting from the competitive environment in e-sport games where the games are played individually as well as a team, also where the physical and mental attributions are prominent, and the legal character of such acts. The sanctions for acts of violence caused by e-sports players or third parties involving in the games without playing are, in general, determined by the respective publishers of the game based on the tournament rules.

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An apple a day keeps taxation away?

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