VIDEO: How a Video Gamer Got a U.S. Visa For Pro Athletes

South Korean Dong-hwan Kim was rejected three times for a student visa in the U.S. before becoming the first professional StarCraft2 player to receive a P-1 visa, which is normally given to professional sports athletes. Mr. Kim tells the WSJ’s Ramy Inocencio how it all happened.

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