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Northridge High grad Alyssa Ritchie competes at an esports competition for Bethel University earlier this year.

MISHAWAKA — Another sport is quietly gaining momentum with high school and college students.

Esports, which are competitive team-based video game competitions, is growing in popularity with teenagers and young adults.

 

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danwort

If you know of high school students who play any of these games competitively and want the opportunity to earn a college scholarship, have them fill out a recruiting form at www.buplots.com/sport/esports

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