Esports Ed is all about starting and maintaining your esports team. In this episode, we'll discuss esports in middle school, game design and development, and Minefaire - an event Steve Isaacs produced to bring Minecraft to kids and super fans across the nation. Steve has been a part of technology, game design, game development, and esports spheres for over 25 years. Class is in session, so grab your notebook and learn how to design games like a professional.
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