Audio Video specialists, CCS Presentation Systems, has designed a fully functioning Esports Demonstration Center at their Scottsdale, AZ corporate headquarters. It provides customers with a working demonstration of every component of an esports facility - game play, audience presentation, streaming and more.
K12 institutions are starting to see the potential of adding esports to the curriculum as it’s becoming an important aspect of supporting student recruitment into higher education. Currently, there are more than 200 colleges and universities offering nearly $15 million in scholarships to high school students.
The Extreme-eCampus News Worldwide Esports Survey found that 21% of schools already have an esports program and that over 70% of K12 schools are now considering introducing competitive gaming to its curriculum in some shape or form.