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Esports, or competitive gaming, continues to grow in popularity and scale, with the industry generating $900 million in revenue and an audience of 395 million in 2018, according to gaming analytics firm Newzoo.

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College and professional sporting events aren’t the only games fans can enjoy from the comfort of their homes. Websites now livestream multiple high school games a week. All you need is a Wi-Fi connection.

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Students looking to jump into a career in personal training will now have a chance to obtain a highly sought after certification at Chandler-Gilbert Community College.

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For the first time since 2015, Gilbert Softball Little League will be represented in the majors division of the state tournament.

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Jeremy Hathcock has built the Desert Ridge High School football team into a blue-collar program since he took over as head coach in 2006.

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With her head freshly shaved, and her friends providing a protective cocoon, 7-year-old Leighton Accardo of Chandler looked down at her wrist and read the words on her bracelet.

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The Boxing & MMA (Mixed Martial Arts) Commission has been cracking down on unsanctioned combat sporting events in the East Valley and throughout the state since it was established under the Arizona Department of Gaming in 2015.

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There are several characteristics – both as a player and as a person – that Gilbert High football coach Derek Zellner enjoys about his quarterback, Will Plummer.

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As the weather heats up, East Valley kids begin spending their free time in front of a television rather than experiencing the outdoors.