Velazquez said he's been enjoying the Madden franchise since athletes like Vince Young and Brett Favre graced the match cover in the late aughts. Well beyond half of his life.
He said his older brother -- more than five years his senior hasn't defeated him on the digital gridiron because 2014. "He'll normally get mad, but it is all great," Velazquez said. A football fanatic, Velazquez stated he has dreams of being a commentator or trainer later on. He admits the video game isn't quite as good as the real thing, but he believes it assists with his understanding of this game.
In coming months, Velazquez expects to match up with the Madden champion in the collegiate level, in addition to the winner of the high school competition contested over the Playstation. "I wish to get better, I'm not satisfied," he explained. "It could be a learning experience if I shed, but if I win that is even better."
Besides a trophy and trophy from his national championship success, Velazquez also won a $1,000 grant to its high school. He was not sure what the funds would go toward, but he is trusting gamers at Lake Stevens will be the beneficiaries. "I would like it to visit the video game club," he explained. "I'm in thisI competed, I began here, I want the money to go here. We could get a system, or games, or more controls, as well as other children could perform."
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