Esports Ed is all about starting and maintaining your esports team. In this episode, Josh visits with Mike Dahle, President of Wisconsin High School Esports Association. WIHSEA governs, supports and promotes the growth of high school esports through community development, advocacy, equitable participation, and interscholastic competition to enrich the educational experience. Ready to start your own esports team? Hear what Mike learned when he started one at his school and how esports has progressed in the state of WI since! Class is in session, so grab your notebook and learn about midwestern high school esports, and how your school can start a team too.
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