He said his older brother -- more than five years his senior hasn't beaten him on the digital gridiron since 2014. "He will normally get mad, but it's all good," Velazquez said. A football fanatic, Velazquez stated he has dreams of being a commentator or trainer in the future. He admits the video game isn't quite like the real thing, but he believes it assists with Madden 21 coins his understanding of the sport. In coming months, Velazquez hopes to match up with the Madden winner from the collegiate level, in addition to the winner of the high school competition contested over the Playstation. "I want to have better, I'm not satisfied," he explained. "It might be a learning experience if I lose, but when I win that is even better." Besides a trophy and trophy from his national tournament victory, Velazquez also won a $1,000 grant to the high school. He wasn't sure what the funds would go toward, but he is trusting players at Lake Stevens will be the beneficiaries. "I would like it to visit the video game club," he said. "I am in this, I competed, I began here, I need the money to move here. We could get a system, or matches, or more controls, so other kids could play." Wood has similar ambitions for the club he manages. Long-term, he sees a Mut 21 coins for sale gambling den at the school where access is open to all. "I want people to be able to compete in esports who do not have a console in your home," Wood said. Velazquez's victory could mean greater than video sport success. The teenager said for a lot of his life he'd considered commerce school as his next move after graduation. The recent win has him considering competing in esports in the collegiate level.