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GCC esports players competed from home

By CHARITY SMITH

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IRONWOOD — Esports teams at Gogebic Community College were able to continue to compete in spite of the governor’s stay-at-home order in light of the cornavirus pandemic.

According to GCC’s esports coach Jim Halverson, the season continued, but players were required to use their own equipment and play from home. This did result in one of the college’s teams having to withdraw because not all members of the team had their own equipment.

When the order was put in place the esports season had only two regular games remaining. However GCC’s Super Smash Bro...

 
 
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