It's no secret that video games and esports have rapidly embedded themselves into popular culture. Professional video gaming is expected to reach $1.5 billion in global revenue by 2020.

Electronic Arts (EA)  is trying to follow in Activision-Blizzard's (ATVI) footsteps and capitalize on the esports trend with one of the best-selling and most widely anticipated video game franchises of all time. EA is teaming with the NFL to hook in the eSports crowd through the Madden NFL Club Championship tournament

You pay $50 each year for a game that only stays relevant until Best Buy (BBY) stocks the next year's edition, so it's time to take a little trip down memory lane.  Do you have what it takes to past this quiz?

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