Secondary students hosted a Nintendo Game Tournament to raise money for their CAS (Creativity, Activity, Service) project, with over 30 students taking part, in addition to one staff member – who was eliminated in the first round! Connecting with upcoming Block B ECAs, in which students can sharpen their Nintendo Switch skills, students went head-to-head in the gaming battles. As a small, on-campus fundraiser, the students will donate over 3,000 THB to UNICEF. One player, Sontanat Kunplome, has previously been ranked the number one player in Thailand. If you’re up for the challenge, and want to make a positive impact in the community, stop by these tournaments for some engaging competition!