Panthers take on military in video game competition

The Panthers are rolling on a 6-0 winning streak and they tried to keep that going by playing against active-duty military in a video game competition. 

The competition took place in the Bank of America Grid Iron Club on a 103 inch television.

It's through a partnership with  the Pro Versus G.I. Joe program and the USO of North Carolina.

The opportunity allows troops to not only connect with their favorite team, but it also serves as an opportunity to see their loved ones if they are stationed overseas.