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Harris Home for Children sponsors video game tournament

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Participants competed in the video game tournament sponsored by Harris Home for Children Participants competed in the video game tournament sponsored by Harris Home for Children
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HUNTSVILLE, AL (WAFF) -

What would you say if someone told you that playing video games wasn't good for you?

Well on Sunday, it turned out to be a good thing for the Harris Home for Children.

The home sponsored a video game tournament at Buffalo Wild Wings.

Participants competed against each other for prizes. Some prizes included cash and others walked away with gift certificates to local restaurants.

Organizers said they were pleased with the tournament's turn out and will definitely have to look for a bigger venue for the next tournament.

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