The life of a soccer player is difficult and requires a lot of time and training and many of our faves turn to other means for entertainment either than going to clubs or partying especially during the season.
Global superstars like Ousmane Dembele have gotten in trouble for reportedly playing too much video games. Let's take a look at some of the PSL stars who play video games and are seriously passionate about it.
This Mamelodi Sundowns star is good player on FIFA and play a bit of NBA as he participated on a tournament including the likes of Cassper Nyovest and Trevor Noah during lockdown. He spends most of his time playing video games when he is injured.
2. Themba Zwane
This Mamelodi Sundowns star is another star who is best friends with his console and in contrast to his career, he plays a lot of Grant Theft Auto instead of the usual FIFA.
3. Vincent Pule
This Orlando Pirates is another homebody that enjoys playing Playstation when his is not on duty and he spends most of his time putting hours into video game.
The Mamelodi Sundowns showstopper is also a fan of video games and has made a bold claim that he can beat any PSL star in a game of FIFA.
5. Itumeleng Khune
The Kaizer Chiefs shot stopper also enjoys playing video games in his free time and is an avid player of FIFA and NBA.
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