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Life’s a game: With the rise of video gamers in the entertainment industry, CHS students assess the reality of these professions

Life’s a game: With the rise of video gamers in the entertainment  industry, CHS students assess the reality of these professions

Uday Lomada, Entertainment Reporter

January 25, 2018

Three days before Christmas, sophomore Zach Howard and his friends walked into his basement to find three TVs with GameCubes wired to play “Super Smash Bros. Melee.” To get ready, they had warmed up techniques such as the wave dash and multishine. Their end goal: winning a local $1,000 prize tournament. Only a few days later, sophomore Nolan Lederman hosted his yearly Christmas stream on Twitch playing video games such as “FIFA” and “Call of Duty.” His goal was to raise...