Local video game pro embarks on adventure of a lifetime
By: Mike Curkov Facebook | Twitter
Posted: Apr 15, 2018 7:59 AM CDT
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Brown Deer High School graduate Nate Kahl has a new title, professional video game player. The 21-year old was drafted into the NBA’s new e-Sports league earlier this month by the New York Knicks' gaming team and signed to a contract to play competitive video games.
CBS 58 Morning News anchor Mike Curkov got a chance to meet Kahl who says this is a unique chance to get paid to do what he loves.