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Over 100 players compete in Capital Region's first high school esports competition

May 20, 2019 10:14 AM

Esports made its way to the Electric City this weekend.  The Gaming Insomniacs League hosted the first-ever high school esports tournament in the Capital Region.

Sixteen local schools with 110 players competed for a $5,000 college scholarship.

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Parents of some of the kids involved say they're happy with where the world of gaming has led their children. 

Proctors hosted the event. 

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Muneib Chater

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