Video games and ramen noodles: A look inside an esports team house
Does living together take your team to the next level?
It's a Sunday afternoon and 10 young men are sitting in front of rows of computers in what was once the living room of a red brick, two-storey home in suburban Montreal.
They are all playing Overwatch, a first-person shooter video game, while sitting in identical oversized black office chairs and speaking to each other through headsets.
This is where the Montreal Rebellion, a semi-pro esports team, practices and competes against other teams around the world.