Esports on college campuses are redefining the scope of pop culture, gaming, entertainment, content consumption, student activities, and competitive sports. The explosive growth in collegiate esports necessitates a forum for the best minds to convene and discuss challenges and opportunities in this burgeoning industry.
What is the
Industry-leading esports academics and admins convene to discuss pedagogy, curriculum, program development, school relations, and best practices.
Panels hosted by esports industry insiders on topics ranging from career development, esports apparel, media, investments, events, content, etc.
Player Performance Track
Players and coaching is the focus. Topics range from mental and physical conditioning, scouting, training regimens, analytics, and player advocacy.
Leading technology companies will showcase, reveal, and demonstrate innovative products, and services
for the esports industry.
Who should attend?
considering a career in esports, video games, live-streaming, and seeking information on job opportunities in the industry.
Faculty and Administration
trying to gain insight into the esports industry, curriculum development, program development, and setting up an infrastructure for your schools.
College IT Professionals
searching for technology-related information on building esports facilities, managing their networks, and identifying the right vendors and equipment.
Student Esports Competitors
hoping to improve their performance, discover new competitive gaming options (college and high school leagues), and hear about business practices that players need to know to protect themselves.
Esports Coaches or Trainers
Learn about training and coaching techniques utilized in college and professional esports. Esports program directors and analysts will see how prospective schools are scouting to recruit talent for their programs.
can access the most highly coveted and hard to reach demographic on the planet. Companies that target Gen Z consumers, innovative brands, emerging media, technology companies, and gaming executives can have an opportunity to engage with the collegiate esports community and communicate their interests.
High School Esports Enthusiasts
can hear about recent developments in high school competitive esports programs and curriculum from the companies that are driving the growth of these initiatives.
looking to connect and understand the core audience fueling the explosive sector of the video gaming industry.