Computer sports include Capture the Flag (an Ethical Hacking Computer Sport), Robot Football (teams of motorized robots shunt a ball around an Arena towards goals at either end). Console Games (X-Box and Playstation Sports games such as Madden NFL and FIFA Soccer). Fantasy Sports (where players draft real players in a League, and score points based on how well they perform in real matches). Simulation games (where the information for players is inputted into a computer and then a Computer User v Computer User Simulation takes place).
Capture the Flag
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About Capture the Flag
Capture the Flag is Information Security Competitions, a kind of Sport for Computer Combat.
There are three common types of CTF Competitions: Jeopardy, Attack-Defense, and Mixed.
Jeopardy Competitions have a number of Tasks (questions) such as Web, Forensic, Crypto or Binary. Teams gain points for completed tasks, the harder the task, the more points.
Attack-Defense is another scenario, whereby teams have their own network (or only one host) with vulnerable services. Teams have a time limit for developing services and developing exploits. Then the organisers connect the competitors and the Wargame starts. Points are gained for Defense (protecting own services) and Attack (hacking opponents services).
Mixed employ both Jeopardy and Attack-Defense scenarios.
Capture the Flag games touch on a number of different aspects of information security, such as Cryptography, Stego, Binary Analysis, Reverse Engineering and Mobile Security.
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Soccer Robot Games
The USL eCup Rocket League combines Soccer with rocket-propelled cars. Teams use computer-controlled rocket-propelled cars to try to score more goals than their opponents.
Basketball Computer Console Games
American Football Computer Console Games
American Football Ireland
World American Football Madden NFL
Fantasy Leagues started in Baseball in USA. They were popularised in Britain & Ireland by David Baddiel & David Skinner in their Channel 4 Comedy Programme, Fantasy Football, during the European Championships of 1996, which England hosted.
They all follow a format whereby players pick a squad from real-life players and are awarded points for how those players do in real life matches (i.e. points are awarded for Goals & Assists in Soccer, as well as points deducted for the defensive players letting in goals.)
As well as numerous online Fantasy Leagues run by the Major League sporting organisations and Big English Sports Leagues, Newspapers run their own Fantasy Competitions ranging from Football to Golf.
Below you will find links to the Results of various Fantasy Leagues in Ireland:
Fantasy American Football Leagues
Fantasy American Football (Decade Overviews):
Irish American Football Association Simulation: