Esports, or competitive video gaming, is a booming business valued at $1.5 billion in 2017. In 2016, Vegas got its first big-time esports organization: Rogue. The team quickly became a rising force with a championship squad in the game "Overwatch." As their success grew, superstar DJ Steve Aoki invested in the team, becoming a co-owner. Now, Rogue fields six teams as many different games. Currently, Rogue competes in such popular titles as "Counterstrike: Global Offensive," "H1Z1," "Rocket League" and more as they continue to put Vegas on the esports map.