Teenagers who like playing video games are often stereotyped as losers. However, playing video games can lead to a promising career nowadays as e-Sports gain popularity across the world. HKYWCA’s Career and Life Adventure Planning (CLAP) Service Team hence organised a competition to introduce e-Sports to youngsters, and to promote a healthy video games playing habit. Having interest in playing football is not sufficient to send one to the Premier League, and one who can play basketball may not be qualified to be a professional player in the NBA. The same principle applies to e-Sports. Though e-Sports are facilitated by video games, it is not the same as solely playing video games. To let the youngsters understand e-Sports thoroughly, representative from the Hong Kong Federation of Students' Electronic Sports was invited to do a sharing, about the prospect of the industry, the rules of the battles, and the quality of a professional game player, etc. HKYWCA’s first e-Sport competition featured League of Legends (LOL), one of the most popular games in the field. 16 teams, with a total of 80 participants, joined the tournament. Social workers from our CLAP team will follow up with the participants after the competition. With playing video games as the shared interest, teenagers are encouraged to further explore one’s strengths. By gaining in-depth understanding of oneself, they can set concrete targets and have better career planning. HKYWCA CLAP team hopes to help youngsters pursue their life and career goals, by adhering to the Association’s mission “Enhancement of Life” and emphasising “dream building” and “performance platform”. To know more about CLAP Team, please visit our Facebook fans page.