A roundup of esports news and notes for K-12 and higher education.
A roundup of esports news and notes for K-12 and higher education.


Chris Burt

Schools looking to launch esports don't have to break the bank to get gaming going. If they first determine their program's purpose and look for available help, the sky is the limit. Read more >>

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Elliott Levine and Bryan Shark

Key physical space considerations for setting your program, and students, up for success in the exploding world of esports. Read more >>



Tom Turner

It's time to ditch the stereotypes and embrace the multitude of benefits that comes from a multi-tiered strategy that leverages competitive video gaming to foster student growth Read more >>

Matt Zalaznick

Coding instruction begins in Compton USD's elementary schools to give students a jumpstart on STEM technology in the ever-changing high-tech job market. Read more >>



NJCAAe creates esports pipeline to high schools

Chris Burt

Compton USD leaders have created a career-focused, ed-tech feeder pattern that from elementary to high school Read more >>

Kentucky, E. Michigan team with Gen.G on esports scholarships

Chris Burt

The 'Gen 10' recipients of the prizes - $1 million total over the next 10 years - will come from underserved backgrounds, with each university granting its own award. Read more >>