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


NASEF launches free daily “Community Club” sessions for students while most schools are shut down because of the COVID-19 outbreak. Professional Development opportunities are also available for free to educators. Read more >>

From Starting Up to Advanced Level and Emerging Trends, the newly launched event features more than 50 sessions for all levels of participants. Read more >>


Johnson C. Smith breaks ground with esports program

The North Carolina school becomes the first Historically Black College and University to offer gaming management minor to undergrads. Read more >>



The North America Scholastic Esports Federation, a signature program partner for the Academic Esports Conference and Expo, signs an agreement to work with the British Esports Association. Read more >>

Women leading the charge at Central Florida’s esports program

Despite obstacles, Gaming Knights duo has helped one of nation’s biggest universities embrace this rising sport. Read more >>

Florida student-athletes enjoy camaraderie and 'Good Game' playing in Super Smash Brothers esports tournament at Full Sail University's iconic Fortress. Read more >>


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