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Stephen Curry on Old-school Video Games, eSports Professional Grind in Series

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    The eSports world has become -- well, a world of its own. It's a continued success that has turned a gamer's paradise into what some view as a respected sport. 

    On his latest episode of the YouTube series, "5 Minutes from Home," Stephen Curry sat down with Myth and Hamlinz to discuss the two's success in the gaming industry.

    "Very excited to talk about their background in the eSports world," Curry said. "Now they're pioneering a new industry and creating a brand and creating their legacy from the jump."

    Hamlinz and Myth didn't waste any time asking Curry the important question: What some of his favorite video games were.

    "I'm terrible at 'Fortnite,'" they all laugh. "God awful."

    He listed the familiar sport video games as ones he dabbles in.

    "I love any golf game, 2K, Madden, Tiger Woods had his old game that I loved to play," Curry said. 

    He also said "Call of Duty" was one he loved to play, but that changed when he got married and had kids. Naturally.

    The laid back talk turned into comparing and contrasting with the teammates both in gaming and what Steph deals with on the court as well. 

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    The trio then finished out the night when they stopped by KoJa Kitchen -- a favorite place of Curry's to indulge in. Even though it appeared the food truck was happy to be wherever Curry was.

    You can watch the interview in its entirety, here.