Competitive gaming is more than just a hobby; it’s a catalyst for the development of life skills for a whole generation of young people.
Schools use esports programs to create opportunities for diversity and inclusion, teach students a variety of coveted skills, and prepare students for college and career
Esports levels the playing field and allows all students to compete, plus can build social-emotional learning and STEM skills
The PuroGamer Volume Limited Gaming Headset is an esports headset built for everyday and remote learning use
The National Future of Education Technology® Conference today announced a partnership with the National Association of Esports Coaches and Directors that will bring professional development content covering esports programs to FETC 2020.
On Thursday, January 10th, the Fair Haven Knights esports team made history when we took on the William Annin Vikings in the first round of the Jersey Shore Esports Cup.
We’re not here to have fun. We’re here to become better players, become better people, and win games.