When Jordan Zakrajsek saw the 2012 League of Legends World Championship finals on T.V., gaming became a part of his life.
And once he got his first gaming computer about a year later, he was hooked.
“Not including high school, he does three things in his life,” says Zakrajsek’s father, Rick. “He sleeps, works one or two days a week and he plays the rest of the time.”
And now, Zakrajsek is moving on to Lourdes University in Ohio, with a varsity athletic scholarship. But it’s not for football or basketball: It’s for the multiplayer online battle game League of Legends.