Last week, we revealed the first five benefits of taking part in the DSH esports tournament. However, it doesn't stop there. Read on for part 2, exploring a further host of reasons why your school or college should sign up to partake in the esports tournament!
10 benefits of the DSH esports tournament (P1)
We know that esports opens up a world of opportunities for students. Not only do we have evidence of this in our landmark esports report, but we continually see the positive mark that engaging schools in esports has on education: from increasing school attendance and heightening interest in team sports, to maintaining friendships and improving communication skills.
NEW DSH esports video series: On the road to victory (Part 1)
We’re thrilled to release part 1 of ‘On the road to victory’, a three-part series exploring each knockout event of the DSH esports tournament from the perspective of our participating students, teachers and industry.
We invited industry professionals along to Ukie HQ for our esports open evening. As well as touching base with some great industry folk, we wanted to showcase the way we bridge the gap between education and industry - and show our industry friends exactly how they can get involved in supporting the tournament.
Preparations for the upcoming esports tournament are now well underway, and we are excited to announce that you can now register your interest to be a part of the epic experience comnmencing September 2019-2020.
Sign up here to express your interest in joining our esports tournament (commencing September 2019).
We can't wait to get kick off what is going to be the biggest and best tournament yet!
Next week we embark on our first festival of the summer, but forget the wellies and wet wipes, we’re headed to Wellington College for the Festival of Education. From Thursday 20 June - Friday 21 June, in an event which brings together education’s most forward-thinking advocates, practitioners, policy makers and teachers, we’re delighted to be joining their prolific roster which includes the BBC, BFI Film and David Baddiel.