Maryland Team Wins Super League Gaming World Championship In Minecraft

Posted: Apr 7 2016, 2:25pm CDT | by , in News | Technology News

 

Maryland Team Wins Super League Gaming World Championship in Minecraft
 

For all those parents who know that their kids are going to continue playing games no matter whatever they do, it would be really great if they are extremely competent at it.

This could be helpful as Maryland got a $15,000 shared college scholarship when she won the second Super League Gaming World Championship in Minecraft.

The competition is a four week league where game-play proceeds in theaters. Here the 10 to 14 year old players namely, Live2Craft came out the best among the other 450 participants who came in all ages from 68 different cities of the US.

 The 5 person team won the scholarship prize, though the top scoring player is from another team from California namely Julien Wiltshire (aged 10).

He is the first season’s top scoring player who took home $5,000 as the scholarship prize.

He defeated about 2,000 participants which is twice the amount in the first season and became the two time champion at Minecraft.

He is already prepping for the third season that is soon going to start by 30th April 2016.

Hence for all those parents, who know their obstinate children, it could be an option for them to encourage their children even more.

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