ANCHORAGE (KTUU) – Students in the Anchorage School District started competing in E-sports this school year.
A competitive gaming club started up at Dimond High School and has grown in the spring semester.
Dimond High E-sports president Noah Marrs says the competition helps to bring the gaming community across the state together.
“For league members, it’s a good tournament style. Lots of competition,” Marrs said. “There’s state (competition) between Alaska and all the teams in Alaska. And another state Connecticut, I think to play against.”
Dimond High School recently won medals in an Alaska finals competition.