One of UNC’s fastest growing sports is played on a computer, not in a stadium

By Louis Torres Tailfer

UNC students are increasingly participating in competitive gaming. (Makala Moore/ UNC E-Sports Club)

Video games have been a major force in the entertainment industry for several years now, but the competitive gaming scene has only recently started to gain in importance. UNC-Chapel Hill has its own E-Sports club, where gaming enthusiasts, casual or competitive, can meet up with their peers to hone their techniques or just have fun.

Louis Torres Tailfer met with the organizers.

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