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For an "Executive Decision" segment, Cramer again sat down with Bracken Darrell, president and CEO of computer accessory maker Logitech International  (LOGI) - Get Logitech International S.A. Report , which despite reporting a top and bottom line earnings beat, saw shares fall 10% after it reported and another 4% today.

Darrell said that it was probably time for Logitech's stock to "take a breather," in the short term, but longer term he's not worried; Logitech is making products in all of the hottest areas including video, gaming and more. He also addressed the negative cash flow this quarter, saying that his company opted for yearly bonuses instead of twice yearly, but overall, cash flow is strong and not a problem.

Once of Logitech's hottest end markets is e-sports, which is why Cramer also welcomed Andy Dinh, captain of Team SoloMid, the winningest professional gaming team in North America. Dinh explained that just five years ago, only a few hundred people would show up to watch a video game tournament, but now, they fill stadiums and are attractive big-time sponsors.

Darrell noted that professional e-sports leagues are now forming with buy-in's as high as $20 million and soon the entire e-sports world will be reorganized to really go mainstream.

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