US Immigration Should Clarify Status Of Esports Athletes

By Gabriel Castro (June 16, 2022, 6:02 PM EDT) -- To their dismay, fans of Breno "brnz4n" Poleto did not get to see the 18-year-old professional gamer take part in the Intel Extreme Masters tournament in Dallas, Texas, earlier this month, as part of the longest running international pro gaming tour in the world.

That's because the Brazilian national was unable to get his U.S. visa in time for the competition.[1]

Last month, the Rainbow Six Esports Twitter account announced that the Six Charlotte Major — an offline tournament for Ubisoft's video game Rainbow Six Siege — would be held one team short, without the Asia-Pacific playoff champion team Elevate.[2]

The announcement...

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