Access Alliance for Education partners with EsportsAcademics on development of Esports Curriculum for High Schools and Higher Education Institutions
Innovative curriculum is planned to allow students to explore and prepare for careers within the exploding esports industry.
APEX, N.C. June 10, 2020 — In partnership with EsportsAcademics, Access Alliance for Education (AA4E), has begun development of a curriculum geared towards the growing esports industry.
EsportsAcademics, a company formed by experienced esports industry experts and curriculum developers will develop the curriculum. The first four modules in development will focus on an introduction to esports; esports skills, strategies, and analysis; enterprise and entrepreneurship within the esports industry; and health, well being and fitness for esports players. It is anticipated these first four learning modules will be available prior to the Fall 2020 semester, with Access Alliance for Education providing the platform for all learning resources and tools for educational institutions.
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“We look forward to the partnership ahead with Access Alliance for Education and them giving us the platform for individuals to learn more about the esports industry within an education setting” stated George Cork, Co-Founder of EsportsAcademics.”The industry is growing at a substantial rate year on year so we look forward to being able to provide the expertise and insight for the educational industry.
“We’ve worked with many e-learning groups in the past and I can say with ease that Access Alliance for Education provides our team with exactly what we need to produce great coursework. ” said Christian Gross, Operation Director, US. “This partnership is indicative of our commitment to producing the best education content for our institutional clients and to creating pathways for students into the esports industry”
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“We are looking forward to seeing what EsportsAcademics will be creating to provide a solution in training for the esport genre.” stated Dan Linville, Partner and Executive Vice President of Access Alliance for Education. “This area is growing at light speed, and it is exciting to participate in the grassroots effort in education.”
“This partnership will provide knowledge and preparation for learners interested in a potential career in esports and we are excited to partner with EsportsAcademics and provide curriculum for this exponentially growing industry,” adds John Hillsman, Partner and CEO, Access Alliance for Education. “It provides another example of how we strive to work with instructors, departments and institutions to help accelerate the learning process by partnering with unique, value-focused, content and solution providers.”