Midwest Gaming Classic returns to Milwaukee following 2-year hiatus

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MILWAUKEE (CBS 58) -- For the first time in two years the Midwest Gaming Classic 'pressed play' on it's annual gaming convention.

Around 10,000 people from all over the world came to Milwaukee Saturday, Nov. 6, to share in their love of gaming.

"It's been wonderful. The thing about our show is that it's all about interacting and meeting each other and interacting and using gaming as a way to get to talk to one another. And that's what we were very excited to bring back." said Midwest Gaming Classic Co-founder Dan Loosen

This year's convention featured 250 coin-operated games, e-sports coaching and a wrestling show.

The Midwest Gaming Classic continues tomorrow at the Wisconsin Center.

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