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GAMES

In her state of the state address on Jan. 11, Gov. Kristi Noem suggested the state repeal the ‘ridiculous’ bingo tax, which she said targeted veterans and the elderly.
The video game center located near the North Dakota State University campus permanently hit the pause button Thursday, Dec. 23.
Clues & Keys, 3120 25th St. S., Fargo, provides escape room fun for children as young as kindergarten.
Randy Fitzgerald, a quadriplegic video game player from Rochester, helped develop a button layout designed for disabled gamers for the Call of Duty franchise in 2006. He was never credited by name, despite the layout being named after his gamer tag, "N0M4D." That now changed after the Nov. 5 release of "Call of Duty: Vanguard" this year.

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A report released from Evil Geniuses, a U.S.-based esports organization, said within the last year more than 40% all women in gaming experienced gender discrimination compared to just over 15% of men.
Called "Chase the Ace," the card game with Canadian roots has turned out big winnings in recent months, including over $1 million in Faulkton, while also raising money for volunteer fire departments, youth hunting initiatives, and even a billboard.
WDAY News reporter Kevin Wallevand talked with 3 young Fargo inventors about their new board game, created right here in Fargo.
CULTivate players pick one of five characters, each a charismatic cult leader, and try to attract the most devotees.
It's a fundraiser for the Empire Arts Center
The monthlong event is hosted by Fargo, West Fargo and Moorhead's park districts, the Fargo-Moorhead Convention and Visitors Bureau and the Downtown Community Partnership.

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Get ready for serious Atari vibes and an original rap from 16-year-old game creator Josh Ternyak.
According to a news release from the North Dakota Lottery, the winner, who is from Gardner and chose to remain anonymous, won with a quick pick ticket.
"Professor Prank" gives online users the chance to thwart a scientist's plan to put an end to funny things.

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