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VR Studios and ePLEX Encourage Community Engagement at LBE With Hoops March Madness

March Madness has been one of the most exciting sports events since 1939, but I had never heard of the NCAA Division I men’s basketball tournament before my junior year in college, when I had the great fortune of being friends with some of the best college basketball players in the nation.

We attended King University, a small Presbyterian-affiliated college located in Bristol, Tennessee, and I spent much of my time helping the basketball team learn how to conjugate verbs, decline nouns and form sentences in Spanish so they could pass the required language classes.

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Sonya Haskinshttps://www.vrcommunitybuilders.com/
Sonya Haskins has been involved in VR esports as a professional player, marketing expert, and consultant. She has written extensively about competitive events and community-building opportunities for VR Fitness Insider, VR League.gg, and VR Esports.com.

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