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Computer Alliance are proud to continue our partnership with XP Esports as the main technology provider and prize sponsor for the very first XP Esports High School Program!

XP Esports is a Queensland owned company dedicated to the growth of the gaming industry both locally and on a larger scale. They are focused on the needs of players and supporters, giving people the opportunity to meet up and connect at many of our live events and tournaments. The XP Esports team has expanded, now offering students the opportunity to compete in a variety of esports tournaments both online and in person. By introducing Esports into the classroom, students are given an insight into the greater industry of professional players, pathways and opportunities. Through competitive play and support, young people can introduce and implement video games into their everyday lives enabling them to learn, develop soft skills, relax and connect with one another like never before.

By introducing Esports into the classroom, students are given an insight into the greater industry of professional players, pathways and opportunities. Through competitive play and support, young people can introduce and implement video games into their everyday lives; enabling them to learn, develop skills, relax and connect with one another in a safe environment.

It also gives a great opportunity for teachers and parents to gain an insight into their children’s lives. Once mutual understanding and communication is developed, it’s a lot easier for teachers to positively direct young people in the classroom and help them balance video gaming with their studies, health and wellbeing. As the World enters a period of uncertainty and economic hardship it is important to recognise the positive impact Esports and video games as a whole will have on the youth of Australia. Allowing young people to connect, compete and maintain relationships with one another whilst practicing responsible social distancing.

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