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These people make at least $50,000 a year playing video games (Really!)

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In the booming industry of E-gaming, young players are making tens of thousands of dollars by being part of professional video game leagues and having people watch them play online. In this week’s Sunday Spotlight, NBC’s Joe Fryer goes inside the new American pastime and meets an 18-year-old gamer who is making more money than his mother.