Question 3 came via Jonny via Twitter. It was around how do you go recruiting and a sports program? And so this is quite topical at the minute. My League of Legends team, Gravitas is currently in free agency period. The free period opened up last week. So all of the players, because most players are now in our league or on a on a 1 year contract ever on a free agents and so pretty much a whole league free agents. So the way I go about it and you learn a little bit last year. Recruiting the team for the first time and was a little bit rushed and sort of got caught up in, I guess, the emotion of the race that is free agency this time taking a little bit slower, which we did at the end, which we did sort of halfway through the process last year. Firstly, I remember that I'm interviewing someone to join my team and as someone that we're going to work with the next effectively the next 12 months. So I start with the person and then I start with what their motivation is for playing the game, whatever the title may be in our case, League of Legends. And also try to get a bigger picture of what their life is. Is does does gaming completely dominate their life? Do they have a little bit of balance? Do they understand the importance of balance, those kind of things? And then also do they understand where the scene currently is and where they are, where their position in the scene? I think that's really important. And then from a digital point of view. I'm really interested in what they want to do from a digital point of view. Do they want to grow their audience? Do they want to engage with fans and they want to become a streamer or a content creator? What do they want to do after the game? Do they want to be a coach or do they want to move into the casting side of the business? So understanding their their motivation, especially in the digital space, which is something I think we can provide a lot of assistance with, is really important. And obviously, if they've got a bit of a passion for that for that piece, it's going to make the content creation a lot easier. And then also other a team player. So have they played team sports? How do they communicate that kind of thing? Are all key things now? There's nothing there. This is a sports, really. It's really their standard interview practices for mine. Whether I was hiring a digital marketing coordinator or an executive or a videographer. So all of those are people things. Then the last thing is, is looking at the skill in the game. The last thing for me, because I can't assess the skill in the game, I can't say they've got a great jump shot in the stats say they've got a great jump shot because I know a little bit of our basketball, but. But again, I wouldn't expect to be expecting to assess a basketball team. I leave I leave the assessment of skill in game to others that have the knowledge. So that's where I delegate that to my coaches and assistance to to assess whether that person is a good player. So if they take all the boxes of being a good person and motivate the right way and balanced, then they say they pass with the first couple of hoops and then we start looking at what they provide from skill and game point of view. And will they mesh with the roster we're putting together.