Simply to say he won't be underestimating Velazquez's performance. He was dominant. "I completely clean-swiped everybody," the teen said. Following a six-week season which began in the early months of March, Velazquez was in the finals for the tournament as its best seed and quickly dominated his opponents en route to the title match.

On April 23, it took just over 1 hour Velazquez to win the best of five finals and claim the championship. Internet glitches and a younger brother posed more challenges than his rivals.

Despite his background as a Lake Stevens Viking, Velazquez played a dominant role in the tournament alongside the Green Bay Packers. The MVP player Aaron Rodgers and star wide receiver Davante A Adams, along with the team's fast pace that made the game perfectly, Velazquez said.

It was not an actual Super Bowl, but tens of thousands of viewers saw the performance live on television, and a video of the contest has been logged more than 340,000 viewers on the streaming platform Twitch. Officials from Washington's high school sports association believe that Velazquez is the state's first Esports champion. In the midst of the epidemic that kept the students from playing video games, Lake Stevens High School experienced an increase in popularity.

"People were already interacting with each other online, digitally, and so it was just a really natural extension," stated Trevor Wood, an 11th-grade English teacher and advisor to the school's video gaming club. "The school as well as the district were both very keen on seeing the growth of the video game club, because it was the sole ways children could connect with one another in a social way."

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