How Fnatic’s esports victories led it into hardware
Fnatic was founded in 2004, and it competes in esports tournaments like the League of Legends World Championships. It also makes its own hardware.
GCU's esports team competing against top schools in nation
Video games aren't just for kids anymore. It has exploded into a billion dollar international industry and Grand Canyon University is getting in on the action.
How the world's top CS:GO players plan for life after esports
Esports can seem like an exciting – and lately, lucrative – career option for hardcore gamers. As with popular traditional sports, the field of professional competitive gaming now sees major sponsorship deals and multi-million dollar prize pools for players competing in top-tier global tournaments. Careers in professional leagues can start awfully early – some players …
What's the score on gender diversity in esports?
As esports grows its audience and enters the mainstream, it needs to take on a major issue to survive the future: gender diversity. Here's how it's faring.
Here's why Verizon is breaking into eSports
Verizon wants to sell broadband and more to gamers.
Drake is now co-owner of Esports team 100 Thieves
Owner Mat Haag has raised $25m in funding, including investment from Drake and Scooter Braun.
Ultimate Victory: Esports Team Wins Super Smash Bros. National Title
In its first year of existence, the Super Smash Bros. Ultimate squad became the Comet athletics program’s first team to take home a national crown after winning the Collegiate Starleague tournament last month.
Tri-Chapter Golf Tournament Raises $10.5K for CUPAC
On August 11, Michael Moskowitz was part of the winning foursome at a golf outing that helped raise more than $10,500 for the state’s Credit Union Political Action Committee (CUPAC). The Catskill-Hudson, Westchester-Rockland and Metropolitan Chapters held the event. Nearly 80 golfers participated in the tournament Also on Michael's team were Thom and Chris Powers (Hudson River Teachers FCU) and Randy Shirley (Route 66 Extended Warranty)…
5 ways esports is impacting education right now
The esports industry is still young, but it is booming--and growth is expected to skyrocket. Learn about 5 new developments in the esports industry.
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AEF Golf Tournament raises more than $20,000
Former Aldine ISD Superintendent M.B. “Sonny” Donaldson served as the tournament’s honorary chairman Tournament Chairman Sidney Brewer thanked the members of his committee for all their hard work organizing this first-ever endeavor and said he expects the event to grow in the future. “I want to thank the members of the committee who gave of their time to make this tournament a success,” Brewer said. “We learned a lot and were happy with the turnout. We feel good about the future of this…
Why the USAF sponsoring an eSports team is awesome for gamers
The professional gaming world just attracted its most powerful sponsor yet: the US Air Force.
Top district players compete in districtwide chess tournament
The annual Dallas ISD Districtwide Chess Tournament on Saturday, May 5, brought together the best chess players among the more than 2,200 students enrolled in the districtwide chess program. There were 461 participating students from 17 high schools, 28 middle schools and 86 elementary schools. Only the top four players from each participating school were eligible to compete in the districtwide tournament. The winners are listed…
Why Venture Capital is flooding into Esports teams
A significant wave of venture capital is flowing into esports, particularly esports teams. Why? Esports teams are disrupting traditional…
Team Liquid’s Steve Arhancet tells us how to run an esports team
Steve Arhancet, also know by his alias LiQuiD112, has seen esports grow from its infancy over the past decade. A former professional gamer, he is now co-CEO and co-owner of Team Liquid, one of the most successful esports teams in the industry.
Why Should Your Child Compete in Brazilian Jiu Jitsu Tournaments?
As a parent we are always trying to figure out what we can do to help our children grow and experience interesting challenges to make them better prepared fo...
Why Your School May Need an Esports Program
Esports Survey Results and Infographic "Esports should be considered vital for a student's brain development process, because gaming itself is...
Small Business in a Busy Niche? How to Compete
You may have already noticed: other companies like to check out their competition, and if your business has become a rising star, you may be getting the eye from small and large businesses alike. This means that sometimes, someone launches...
Learn It Partners with Class Compete to Alleviate Test Anxiety
Baltimore, MD (PRWEB) March 18, 2015 Learn It Systems and Class Compete partner to help students improve test taking skills through new gaming technology. One of the many challenges that
Top Notch Networking Sponsors Trinity Classic “Fore” A Better Future Tournament
The event took place on September 30th serving as a celebration of Trinity Youth Services and over 50 years of commitment and service to American children in the foster care system.