These strategies will help schools build a technology infrastructure that will help esports thrive

4 ways schools can futureproof networks for an esports takeover


These strategies will help schools build a technology infrastructure that will help esports thrive

Esports is soaring in popularity in K–12 schools and in higher education as student gamers find a competitive and team-based outlet for their video gaming habits—playing not in isolation but among a community of fellow students.

Esports students aren’t traditional athletes, but they still practice after school, play different positions, wear jerseys during competitions, and compete for trophies and college scholarships. Coaches even suspend players whose GPAs dip below the required
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