The popularity of esports is surging across college campuses and in K-12. Schools that don’t invest in esports, will be left behind and less attractive to prospective students. Just look at the numbers below:
- According to the National Association of Collegiate Esports, more than 170 US colleges have varsity e-sports programs and are offering around $16 million per year in e-sports scholarships.
- College e-sports tournament organizer Tespa notes that its competitions attract more than 850 schools and nearly 20,000 players, and they have awarded more than $3 million in tournament winnings.
- In just the past year, the number of schools represented by the High School Esports League (HSEL) has grown from around 200 to more than 1,200.
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