It has already been said (more than once) that the two words had had the same meaning back then (which was doing something for fun). Considering the present meaning of the two words (which also include achieving whichever goal) I'd suggest the following differenciation: Sport always involves movement (even if it is only about moving around chess pieces or moving one's fingers over the keybourd when at an e-sports tournament). A game works without movement because one can also play a game only in one's mind or solely by talking with others.


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