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Friday, September 30 • 6:30pm - 7:30pm
eSports: The path to Collegiate and Pro

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The world of eSports has finally captured the eyes of the general public over the last few years. Televised tournaments like the League of Legends Championship Series, the Dota 2 Internationals, and recent U.S. events like DreamHack Austin and CS:GO ELeague have filled our screens. Video gaming is no longer just for fun but it can also become a career. You can even earn an athletic varsity scholarship to play LoL, Dota 2, CS:GO and other games at certain universities and colleges.
The question is, what does it take to reach that level? This panel will host coaches and players from the Robert Morris University eSports varsity team and other local competitive players. Together we will gain an inside look into the world of collegiate and competitive gamers. Learn about what paths were taken, what obstacles fell in their way and what it feels like to compete on a world stage.

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A.J. Mortega

eSports Evangelist/Founder, Game Seed Inc.
A gamer since 8 months old. A.J. has spent 10 years in the game development world working on all major platforms to date. Today his company Game Seed Inc. is paving new roads for the eSports Industry by creating the very first eSports Academy. The Academy will train, coach, and organize national youth and high school leagues for various eSports games. To learn more visit www.gameseed.co | | Today A.J. and his company Game Seed Inc.
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Game Seed

Game Seed
At Game Seed we believe that games should be designed and developed by their passionate creators. While the business end of licenses, marketing and sales should be left to a passionate support team with one goal in mind - release a successful fun game that people will enjoy and remember.

Friday September 30, 2016 6:30pm - 7:30pm
Electronic Gaming (7th Floor) 111 North State St