Times have changed in the last 20 years for students who love video games. In 1994, the classic college comedy film PCU joked about the absurdity of being able to "major in Gameboy;" now, less than two decades later, gaming can mean real money for your college education, U.S. News reports. Whether you're a player, an aspiring developer, or a student of gaming culture, there are scholarships out there for you. As cities and libraries around the world prepare to celebrate International Games Day on November 3, here are some opportunities to be aware of in the coming...

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