Last Saturday, Panther eSports hosted UNI-Con. For 13 hours, attendees indulged in video games, board games and Magic: the Gathering, while also raising over $1,000 for veteran scholarships. An estimated 500 people attended. The club is fairly new, being started by UNI alumnus Jordan Allen in 2014. “I know that’s only three years ago, but [gaming] really has changed a lot,” said Seán Dugan, a senior business administration major and the current president of Panther eSports.