For some, video gaming is no longer seen as just a form of entertainment but also a source of income

SINGAPORE (Oct 29): Lanky and bespectacled, 22-year-old Galvin Kang has yet to hold what most people would consider a “regular job”. He plays video games full-time and is constantly seen in a blue-and-white esports team jersey.

His journey started when he was 12 years old. At a stage when children across Singapore would be preparing for the milestone Primary School Leaving Examination, Kang was instead hooked on Dota (Defense of the Ancients), a multiplayer online battle arena game.

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