Members of the Penn State Esports Club look on as Penn State takes on Rutgers during the club's spring League of Legends tournament in the HUB-Robeson Center Freeman Auditorium. The industry for competitive video gaming, or esports, has boomed in recent years, drawing lucrative sponsorships and tournament deals for players. The business is edging its way onto colleges, which are adjusting to the rapid rise in popularity in esports competitions.
Members of the Penn State Esports Club look on as Penn State takes on Rutgers during the club's spring League of Legends tournament in the HUB-Robeson Center Freeman Auditorium. The industry for competitive video gaming, or esports, has boomed in recent years, drawing lucrative sponsorships and tournament deals for players. The business is edging its way onto colleges, which are adjusting to the rapid rise in popularity in esports competitions. Roger Van Scyoc rvanscyoc@centredaily.com
Members of the Penn State Esports Club look on as Penn State takes on Rutgers during the club's spring League of Legends tournament in the HUB-Robeson Center Freeman Auditorium. The industry for competitive video gaming, or esports, has boomed in recent years, drawing lucrative sponsorships and tournament deals for players. The business is edging its way onto colleges, which are adjusting to the rapid rise in popularity in esports competitions. Roger Van Scyoc rvanscyoc@centredaily.com

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