When gaming becomes serious
By Ty Johnson
Published in News on December 30, 2012 1:50 AM
Local professional gamer Kalvin Le Roy plays Halo 4 at home. Le Roy, 25, coached his team, Warriors, to a first-place finish at the Fall Championships in Dallas, Texas, where he and his teammates won $20,000 and were crowned the first-ever national champions of Halo two days before the game was released.
Kalvin Le Roy, left, stands with his Warriors teammates after receiving the championship trophy at the Halo 4 pre-release tournament in Dallas Nov. 3. Pictured are Ryan "RyaNoob" Geddes, Tyler "Ninja" Blevins, Faisal "Goofy" Khan and Bryan "Legit" Rizzo.
Kalvin Le Roy drops to the ground and covers his face in his hands. His teammate, still clutching his Xbox 360 controller, just delivered the winning kill in the first game of the Halo 4 Grand Finals in Dallas...
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