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Meanwhile in ... the United States, students are attending college on esports scholarships

Esports team scrimmage Source: Ann Hermes/Staff

The National Association of Collegiate Esports works with around 120 colleges and universities in the US and Canada, many of which are creating scholarships to attract gamers. With

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