Demystifying Esports in Education: Emerging Trends and Implications to Consider at Your School

Demystifying Esports in Education: Emerging Trends and Implications to Consider at Your School
October 31, 2019

Date: October 31, 2019

Time: 12:30 – 1:30 p.m. Eastern Time

Where: Virtual Webinar (Webinar access information will be shared with registered attendees prior to the program)

Hosted by: Saul Ewing Arnstein & Lehr LLP’s Higher Education & K-12 Schools Practice

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Electronic sports (esports), also known as competitive video and computer gaming, continues to see increasing popularity at both the professional and amateur levels.  With swift industry growth in the past year alone, there have been some apparent growing pains, especially related to the governance and regulation of esports at the collegiate level.

Are you wondering what exactly esports is?  Or, are you considering whether your school should be offering esports programming to your students?  This webinar will present a primer on this exciting and dynamic industry, provide insights into how educational institutions are already incorporating esports programs on their campuses, and discuss legal and other campus implications – including considerations such as how, if at all, Title IX plays into this area and student conduct issues to be mindful of as esports continues to grow and evolve in education.


Andrea Brockway
(215) 972-7114
Amy Piccola
(215) 972-8405

CLE Information

  • This program has been approved by the Pennsylvania Continuing Legal Education Board for one hour of substantive law, practice and procedure CLE credit and zero hours of ethics, professionalism or substance abuse CLE credit.
  • This program has been approved by the Board on Continuing Legal Education of the Supreme Court of New Jersey for one hour of total CLE credit.  Of these, zero qualifies as hours of credit for ethics/professionalism, and zero qualifies as hours of credit toward certification in civil trial law, criminal trial law, workers compensation law, municipal court law, and/or matrimonial law. (Reminder:  New York recognizes New Jersey as an "approved jurisdiction" and will honor those credits.)
  • This program is pending approval in Delaware, Illinois, Florida and Minnesota.

Upon request, we will provide you with the necessary presentation materials to pursue individual CLE credit for states not listed above.

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