Colleges Are Helping Students Start Careers In Esports
Colleges have long helped students get jobs in finance, education and other industries. But now a handful of U.S.-based universities are playing a role in launching careers in the competitive video gaming world. Schools such as University of California Berkeley, University of California Irvine and the University of Utah are connecting students with positions in esports — not just to encourage competitive playing but for sales, business and admin roles. The message companies want to send to kids is that you don't have to be a gamer to work in gaming.
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