Esports is a form of competition using video games. It often takes the form of organized, multiplayer competitions between individuals or as teams. Students who engage in activities like esports have higher graduation rates, better attendance, higher math and reading scores, and improved self-esteem.
Designing for the Switched-On Generation can be overwhelming. It is important that the space, whether it is a full lab or the corner of a library meets the excitement of the players digital world.
Technological innovations have been fueling the advancement of eSports growth.
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A dedicated space to watch matches provides a great opportunity to invite fans into the space while broadcasting content to a digital audience.
A spotlight setup to bring attention to head-to-head competitions.
Esports athletes need facilities to train, just like in more traditional sports. A practice area allows for focused, private exhibition matches, and team training.
A space where the announcer delivers an educating, entertaining, and engaging narrative of the game or match and its players.