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


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Chris Burt

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 >>

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Billy Bob

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 >>

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Roger Dodger

Esports is a booming business—and schools are taking note. As competitive video gaming has grown from a niche community to a mainstream industry, states are creating high school leagues.

Mark Twain

Kentucky schools can’t play the video game Fortnite that is being newly offered nationally in interscholastic esports competitions, Kentucky High School Athletic Association Commissioner Julian Tackett said. Read more >>

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