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Dennis Veasley

17 thoughts on “There’s no difference between sports and esports. Harrisburg U seeks to prove that.”

  1. This might be news to boomers but obviously it is. Being good at video games takes time and dedication. And not every team needs these lame coaches either. Gamebattles & pro league tournaments don't require it. I am very athletic and love to mountain bike, snowboard, BMX, and play some ball every now and then, but honestly some video games like PUBG are incredibly difficult to get good at and take more effort then most of those sports I just listed above.

  2. We pay low-IQ bozos millions to play childrens games on a field/court for our entertainment.

    esports is no different except the IQs are higher

  3. Playing an esport at the highest level is just as mentally stressful as most sports, I’m willing to argue w anyone about that. Playing competitive video games is completely different than sitting in your living room and playing a game with friends

  4. why would you want scholarships for esports, you dumb twats

    you want your college to take all your winnings so you can get a free ride to a useless degree, just like the NCAA? LMFAO

    don't take the scholarships, nerds, just keep playing like you are now

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