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Interview: Father Of Competitive Gaming Walter Day Explains The Roots Of Today's Pro-Gamers

Complex - Out of the 60 year lifespan of video games, Walter Day, one of the most influential figures in gaming, has spent half of it focusing on developing the culture of competitive gaming. In 1981 Walter founded one of the most well-renowned arcades in the world, Twin Galaxies, which became the official adjudicating organization to track records in arcades and pinball. Complex had a chance to speak with the father of competitive gaming to get his account on how it all started, and where it is going today as eSports has reached its 30 year anniversary. (Culture, Walter Day)

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