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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.
The city’s lean toward new technology and the push from its universities have helped open the door for opportunities around competitive gaming.
Colleges across the country are capitalizing on the video gaming phenomenon. Several in Florida, including UF’s Digital Words Institute, are providing the training ground for students.
Harrisburg University is partnering with Nerd Street Gamers to introduce an Esports Bachelor of Science degree program to provide students with a path to careers in esports.
Florida esports athletes enjoy camaraderie and ‘Good Game’ competition in Super Smash Brothers tournament at Full Sail University’s iconic arena, The Fortress.
University Business talks with coach Michelle Compton-Muñoz about the future of gaming at KU, which will compete in League of Legends starting in January.
The two major universities go all in on esports, elevating it to top-level status on campus; NASEF partners with Japan High School Esports Federation on international collaborative agreement.
The new 7,500-square-foot esports area will feature 16 gaming computers, consoles and a broadcast space, as well as a spot for the potential for training, youth STEM programs and sports camps.
The University of Kentucky announced it is starting an esports program and partnering with company Gen.G, a pro sports franchise and global company that connects gamers.
New Jersey university receives $1 million from Philadelphia-based esports company for investment in infrastructure and programs.
The University of New Haven created one of the first accredited sports management programs in the country. Now, it is doing the same with esports. The university announced Wednesday it […]
Students who love video games and are searching for a place to compete in esports may find that next new arena in a surprising place: public libraries. Libraries have long […]
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