High School E-Sports Now Sanctioned In Colorado: ‘Times Are Changing’
Playing video games will soon be the next after-school competition offered by high schools around Colorado. The Colorado High School Activities Association (CHSAA) told CBS4 “ESports” will be added in October for official gaming competition.
More than 22,000 students in Colorado are already signed up for gaming clubs or activities. CHSAA said it was time to join the movement around the nation of expanding their sanctioned activities to video games.
CHSAA Commissioner Rhonda Branford-Green told CBS4’s Dillon Thomas video game competitions are the quickest growing activity among youth.