StreamGeeks to Host Webinar About Surging Popularity of Esports Programs in Schools on April 29


The StreamGeeks, a West Chester-based group of video production experts dedicated to helping businesses discover the power of live streaming, will host an educational webinar about the surging popularity of Esports programs on April 29 at 1 PM.

The webinar will feature StreamGeeks founder Paul Richards, the author of Esports Edu: Exploring the Intersection of Esports and Education, and Todd Conley of HighSchool.GG, the creator of an accredited Esports curriculum.

Registered attendees will have an opportunity to win a complete Esports technology package for their school.

As schools and community organizations continue to see the value in embracing Esports, they may wonder about the best technologies to ensure they don’t get left behind. Individuals who attend the webinar can receive a free copy of Esports Edu, plus enter to win a complete Esports technology package.

The webinar will highlight multiple Esports room layouts, technology setups, and best practices for Esports programs at the middle school, high school, and collegiate levels. Ask questions live via Zoom or on YouTube, where attendees can collaborate with other schools implementing Esports programs from around the world.

The StreamGeeks continue to help small and large organizations realize the power of live streaming. Live streaming has become an important part of Esports, especially from an educational perspective. Educational organizations are learning how important it is to meet students at their interest levels and provide them with digital media learning opportunities. Live streaming and video production have become a perfect part of the overall curriculum and Esports learning environment.

Learn more by registering for this webinar. Don’t forget to enter to win the Esports technology package with 14 student webcams and a PTZ camera. Also, download Richards’s book.

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