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A rematch 12 years in the making: KVAL reporter takes on video game pro - again

Gamer oriented businesses like Big City Gamin' are one aspect of the video game scene in Eugene. The town's high tech sector also includes a number of established game developers. (SBG)

EUGENE, Ore. - In the pantheon of iconic rivalries, some stand out.

  • Ali-Frazier
  • Lakers-Celtics
  • Yankees-Red Sox
  • Bush v. Gore
  • Yanny-Laurel

This isn't one of them.

KVAL reporter Tom Adams met Big City Gaming's Justin Field met on the field of Wii Bowling in 2006.

One of them walked away victorious.

The other returned to the newsroom.

Now, more than a decade later, Adams and Field renewed their rivalry and met again.

For Mario Kart.

As Link and Baby Luigi.

With strikingly similar results ...


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