Esports Ed is all about starting and maintaining your esports team. In this episode, we'll discuss esports at a Division I level with Dr. Chris Haskell, the Head Esports Coach at Boise State University. Doc Haskell built the BSU esports team from the ground up as well as created a top-class production studio for their team to share media. Class is in session, so grab your notebook and learn how to level up your team like Doc Haskell did.
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