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    Meet the gamers changing the world

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    There are no limits to what the gaming community can create through esports and the Metaverse. In this episode of Stitch, gamers go beyond the screen to inspire and uplift the community. Check out his three stories in this episode for a sneak peek. Natasha Zinda, a Mississippi woman, is breaking down barriers in the online gaming community. The nonprofit organization Positive Street Art fosters community building in Concord, New Hampshire by creating scenes from the classic video game Donkey Kong. Gamer Travis Hicks loves her hometown of Kansas City, Missouri, and has recreated it in the world of Minecraft. Stitched is Hearst's original television series showcasing inspiring stories from across the country that stitch together the fabric of communities. You can stream all episodes on the Very Local app. Very Local is the perfect source for programming about your local community, giving you 24/7 access to the latest news, weather, and more from trusted local news sources. Very Local also brings you fresh, untold stories from your city and communities like yours, including our own original programming and local stories specific to where you live. Get the Very Local channel and watch it for free on Roku or Amazon Fire TV. For more information, like Very Local on Facebook and @VeryLocal on Instagram.

    There are no limits to what the gaming community can create through esports and the Metaverse. In this episode of Stitch, players go beyond the screen to inspire and uplift the community.

    Check out the three stories in this episode for a sneak peek.

    1. Natasha Zinda, a Mississippi woman, is breaking down barriers in the online gaming community.
    2. Nonprofit organization Positive Street Art created scenes from the classic video game Donkey Kong in Concord, New Hampshire to uplift the community.
    3. Gamer Travis Hicks loves his hometown of Kansas City, Missouri so much that he recreated it in the world of Minecraft.

    Stitched is a Hearst Television original series showcasing inspiring stories from across the country that stitch together the fabric of our communities. You can stream all episodes on the Very Local app.


    very local is your best source for local community programs, giving you 24/7 access to news, weather, and the latest information from trusted local news sources. Very Local also brings you fresh, untold stories from your city and communities like yours, including our own original programming and local stories specific to where you live. Get Very Local's streaming channel for free Roku or amazon fire tv.

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