• Varsity gaming: Local universities adapt to the rise of esports

    By: Nate Doughty


    Chris Hower nearly failed in high school because of his obsession with video games.

    He would play them nightly on his bedroom computer and well into the early hours of the morning. His mom would get so mad at him that he had to buy a special keyboard to soften his keystrokes, so he could stop waking her up in her bedroom below.

    Read more in the Pittsburgh Business Times. 



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