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The league, which moved its finals from the Luxor in Las Vegas, is also holding a charity event with TikTok on Saturday for students to offset education expenses.
This weekend’s Tech 4 Covid online event, hosted in partnership with charity Cxmmunity, features a huge list of celebrities who will be streaming and offering educational guidance in hopes of raising $10 million.
Creating an esports space at a college or university takes planning and requires forming coalitions from across campus and keeping an open mind
Though sedentary behavior and screen time raise cause for concern, especially during the coronavirus pandemic, experts agree that setting too many boundaries for students can lead to negative outcomes.
Gamer Sensei and Team Genji founder William Collis, a professor and entrepreneur, offers up strategies and guidance for those who instruct in the classroom, with lessons learned from his book on the industry.
Through its membership, clinics and conferences, NAECAD, which oversees esports coaches and directors, provides a powerful collaborative environment to share ideas and foster growth.
Starting this week, the three-week tournament will bring together participants from its 64 universities who will try to win prizes for their schools’ student emergency funds.
Immanuel Quickley, a sophomore soon headed to the NBA, seals online victory in style, singing One Shining Moment in the final of a 64-team tournament.
Students are reaching back into their pasts to reconnect through the popular game Minecraft, while constructing their campuses during the coronavirus pandemic.
The Chicago-based university will be featured at the inaugural October event that serves the higher education and K-12 competitive gaming community.
Thinking of building or revamping a space on campus for an esports arena? These stunning spaces offer a look at what’s possible when colleges combine creativity with the right technology.
Dell Technologies’ Senior Director of Education Strategy Adam Garry will discuss how to break down silos that exist between K-12 and higher ed through esports.
Along with partner Gen.G, Kentucky is giving its current students, alumni and fans a chance to play and stay connected via esports through the coronovirus pandemic.
Colleges and universities considering launching an esports program must complete a long checklist of items. One of the most important is finding a dedicated space for an arena on campus.
The California-Irvine professor and former White House Senior Policy adviser will discuss “The Intellectual Life of Esports” in the inaugural event’s opening session.
The NJCAAE is hosting an expanded NBA 2K tournament, with scholarships and prizes, as part of the Community Nights initiative during the coronavirus pandemic.
The nonprofit National Association of Collegiate Esports has partnered with Founder Sport Group to seek fundraising opportunities for those impacted by the coronavirus.
As more colleges and universities continue to be affected by the coronavirus (COVID-19) global pandemic, higher education solution providers have stepped up by rolling out free resources, services and teaching materials. Updated on September 13.
Despite obstacles, two women at the University of Central Florida have helped their big university embrace esports.
North Carolina-based Johnson C. Smith becomes the first historically black college and university to offer an esports program to undergrads.
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