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Need Ideas on Integrating Esports into Your Curriculum?

Esports goes beyond gaming. Research shows that students who participate in esports tend to be academic achievers who are interested in high-demand careers in STEM fields. Esports is also more inclusive than other sports, with boys and girls playing on the same teams and participants coming from a variety of demographic backgrounds.

Need Ideas on Integrating Esports into Your Curriculum?

Esports goes beyond gaming. Research shows that students who participate in esports tend to be academic achievers who are interested in high-demand careers in STEM fields. Esports is also more inclusive than other sports, with boys and girls playing on the same teams and participants coming from a variety of demographic backgrounds.

If you’re ready to develop an esports program at your school, there are some essentials you need to get started. Read our blog post for tips on how to build an esports infrastructure in a remote learning environment.

Devices & Accessories

Browse the devices and accessories to help you create a successful remote esports program.

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Predator Gaming Systems

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Esports Bundles

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Esports Solutions

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Esports Edge

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Republic of Gaming Bundles

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Benefits of Gaming for Students (Careers)

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Republic of Gaming What is Esports

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Republic of Gaming Vision

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Republic of Gaming Achievements

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Meet the Esports Experts

Eric Pederson
Account Executive, Trox

Eric Pederson is a Trox account executive serving K-12 public, private and charter schools in the Phoenix metro area. He’s a seasoned educator with experience teaching fifth and eighth grades and led Laveen Elementary School’s 1:1 initiative as part of the district’s IT department. He’s continued partnering with the district since joining Trox in 2015 and specializes in classroom technology integration and audio control system design for stadiums, gyms, auditoriums and conference rooms.

Eric is an avid gamer and passionate about esports. He’s the founder and host of the Factory Sealed Retro Gaming Podcast, a comedy-centric show that’s part in-depth game reviews, part life stories. He’s also a former video game journalist who covered E3, video gaming’s premier event, and has organized large-scale community-involved streaming events.

Eric has been recognized as a top performer at Trox, as a member of the President’s Circle for four years running. In his spare time, he enjoys building PCs.

Joshua Kell
Chief Executive Officer, Horizon AVL

Joshua serves as the Chief Executive Officer of eSports integration and Horizon AVL System Integration. Joshua designs large venue and arena systems, video broadcast studios, and projection / LED wall video displays with precision and expertise. His vast experiences span 15 years in the industry.

Ryan Shuttlesworth
National Esports Business Development Manager, ASUS

Ryan is the National Esports Business Development Manager for the Gaming division at ASUS named Republic of Gamers.

ROG is the worldwide leader in Esports Computing. In his role, Ryan works as an advisor and trainer for both industry sales leaders and educators. As former teacher, Esports advocate, and lifelong gamer he has a passion for building inclusive Esports ecosystems in education.

Eric Ackerson
Senior Product Marketing and Brand Manager, Acer

Eric Ackerson is the Senior Product Marketing and Brand Manager for Acer America Corp., a leading PC manufacturer. Eric has been with Acer for nearly a decade and has extensive experience in the technology sector.

Eric grew up as a gamer, learning how to build and overclock PCs to beat his friends at computer games. He’s an early adopter who’s enthusiastic about fast cars and fast technology.

Eric believes coffee is life – as he enjoys curling up with a good book and an extra hot mocha.