Detroit Lakes teen is ranked No. 10 in state for online video game Halo
It used to be that children aspired toward becoming firemen, doctors or teachers. Today, the overwhelming popularity video games have found amongst teens has caused a new set of role models to, one might say, come into play.
Jordan Thorson, who recently wrapped up his freshman year at Detroit Lakes High School, has discovered the thrill of competitive gaming, and already plans to turn it into a career. His forte? Halo.
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