Varsity Gamers: The Competition
Esports teams play some of their most important games on a flashy stage — where bragging rights and cash prizes are on the line.
New tournaments are giving esports teams like Columbia College and Maryville University a taste of what it's like to put their skills to the test on stage.
And unlike most collegiate sports, esports competitions can come with cash prizes and scholarship money attached.
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