SIOUX FALLS, S.D. (KELO) — Competitive video game competitions, also known as ‘E-Sports’ are growing in KELOLAND.
Jonathan Bravo runs his own gaming live stream and his own E-Sports team in Sioux Falls.
This Saturday he’s hoping to connect gamers from around the state by hosting a Super Smash Brothers tournament.
“It’s a super fun game and it’s also a really cool community. A lot of the guys that pull up – a lot of the people that pull up, we’re friends, we talk outside of it, and it’s a really cool thing; We want to get more people involved,” Bravo said.
The tournament is this Saturday at Icon Lounge and starts at 1 p.m.
It’s free to the public and will feature the top ten competitive gamers in the state.