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Saturday, October 26 • 1:45pm - 2:30pm
K12 Gaming and Esports What, Why, and How.

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Over the last few years the gaming and esports industry has taken off at a rapid pace. It is now coming over to the schools and districts. The diverse panelists in this discussion will answer your questions about why esports and gaming in schools are important, what is esports (and what is not) and its purpose,  who is involved, and when and how do I get started. The panelist will address misconceptions and successes students will and can have with esports and gaming in schools.

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Bradford Harris

Digital Learning Specialist, Aldine ISD

Nguyen Bui

Executive Director of Technology Innovation, Aldine ISD
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Jose Vazquez

Assistant Director, Student Activities, University of Houston - Downtown
Member of Delta Upsilon & the Order of Omega. I lead the charge for UHD eSports! I advise the Campus Activities Board at UHD, as well as oversee all fraternities and sororities on campus. I like dogs. I love food! I studied music at the Moores School of Music as a 1st generation college... Read More →
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Joshua Kell

CEO, Horizon AVL System Integration
Joshua serves as the Chief Executive Officer of eSports integration and Horizon AVL System Integration. Joshua designs large venue and arena systems, video broadcast studios, and projection / LED wall video displays with precision and expertise. His vast experiences span 15 years... Read More →

Caleb Lackey

Community Development Specialist, Microsoft

Kassie Acosta

Gaming Expert, Microsoft

Saturday October 26, 2019 1:45pm - 2:30pm
RM 119 (Computer Lab)

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