Atlantic City Embraces Esports, Recognizing the Potential Economic and Social Benefits for the Resort

Members of Stockton University’s esports team, from left, Ryan “Base Ace” Andjel, 22, of Berlin; Alexander Rodriguez providing technical support; Carl “Six” Leiby, 19, of Brigantine; James “Chelzee33” Pari, 21, of Barnegat Township; program manager Demetrios Roubos, 38; and Tyler “T3Xille” Langan, 21, of Barnegat, play “Call of Duty: Black Ops Cold War” on Thursday at the college in Galloway Township.

“I’ve met so many cool people out there, that are participating in Stockton Esports, through the online events, through chat and on Discord, and just the events in general. It’s been really, really cool to meet all these people,” said Ryan Andjel, 22, of Berlin, Camden County.

Demetrios Roubos, center, started Stockton Esports in 2018. “I grew up in a time where my parents were like, ‘Don’t video game all day because that’s bad for you,'” he said. “Nowadays, parents are like, ‘Yo, get back in your room and keep gaming because you need that scholarship.'”

*Article courtesy of Press of Atlantic City

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