#PlayFromHome
Widespread gaming tournaments in which people participate collectively online across the world.
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Observation

In 1999 I was one of more than 50,000 people from 75 countries participated in a game of chess over the Internet when the Russian world champion Garry Kasparov faced the rest of the world in consultation, with the World Team moves to be decided by plurality vote.

Conducting the white pieces, Kasparov played his first move on June 21. Four months later, after 62 moves, 51% of the World Team voters opted to resign and Kasparov won the match on October 22.

Conclusion

Staying alone at home for long periods, away from other people, inevitably affects one's psychological condition.

Boredom and lack of social activities may lead to negative feelings.

On the other hand, Indulging in interactive activities among people stuck at homes greatly helps improve the quality of life in compulsory isolation.

Solution

The idea relies on organizing multiplayer online games organized and hosted by any internet Gaming Zone platform as a host and promoter with sponsorship from leading companies all over the world.

For example.. chess tournaments can be organized at various levels.. between different cities in the same country, and between different countries in continental and international tournaments. In addition to other games vs international masters and world champions.