It's our debut episode. And we're diving right into one of esports' most controversial topics: betting. Unikrn CEO Rahul Sood explains how he's trying to legitimize the space.

Also on today's episode: "Super Smash Bros." Melee player Aziz "Hax$" Al-Yami was told by his doctors that he'd never be able to compete again after a serious injury to his hands. Instead of quitting, he made his own controller. And finally: "League of Legends" analyst and writer Kelsey Moser joins us to discuss the biggest story of the weekend ー Invictus Gaming's victory over Fnatic at the "League of Legends" World Championship.