Seven Metro Detroiters are making big splashes in the world of competitive video games. Three local brothers and a trio of Metro Detroit women are headed to New York next month to compete in the Big Buck Hunter World Championships, which come with $50,000 in prizes. Kevin, Eric and Steve Naumann are leading the Eastern … Continue Reading →
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Defending junior world “Pokemon” video game champ Brian Hough of Ann Arbor came in second place this year at the 2012 Pokemon World Championships in Waikoloa, Hawaii. It was Brian’s third trip to the World Championships. Representatives from more than 30 countries participated in six video game and trading card divisions. The United States took … Continue Reading →
The United States had a clean sweep of the video game categories at the recent Pokémon World Championships in San Diego, and a third of the credit goes to Ann Arbor’s Brian Hough. The 10-year-old, who also competed last year but didn’t place, took the title for the Junior Division. More than 400 players from … Continue Reading →