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From huge institutions like The Ohio State University (45,000 students) to tiny Cornell College in Mt. Vernon, Iowa (974 students), schools across the country are moving full-steam-ahead into esports.
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.
The first-of-its-kind event will be dedicated to esports and academics, and provide the tools and structure needed to help launch and advance esports programs and transform learning.
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 […]
The first professional organization for esports coaches and directors will serve all levels of competitive play, including club, high school, college and pro.
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