University of Tulsa students spend hours playing esports
February 2, 2020
TULSA, Okla. (AP) — In high school, other kids called Solomon Ring "a gaming nerd," alone in his room night after night staring at a screen, supposedly with no friends.
"It's more social than people think," Ring said. "You might be alone in your room, but you're alone with the same eight or 10 people all the time."
Playing together online, that is.
"Your team might be spread all across the country," Ring told Tulsa World. "But they're still your team."
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