Vexed Gaming discuss esports and education at BETT 2022.Posted by Uncategorized March 17, 2022 in
With the rise in popularity of Esports, the growing number of careers and the increase in demand for skills within the Industry is becoming prominent, it is becoming increasingly important to consider the links to other industries and the skills developed within the space that are transferable to other sectors.
The global community for education technology, Bett, are hosting their flagship event on 23 March – 25 March at ExCeL London. The London event spans over 3 days and hosts a truly international event with visitors from over 120 countries, over 400 leading EdTech Solution Providers, over 90 Continuing Professional Development content sessions and over 300 inspiring speakers, which this year will include Vexed Gaming’s Chief Gaming Officer, Mark Weller.
Bett covers a wide variety of topics and spaces within education, along with tackling the future of education. This year they will be exploring how the Esports space can be utilised as a vehicle to drive the development of digital and STEM based skills to satisfy future global demand.
Full panel details below:
Date: 24 March 2022
Chester King, CEO – British Esports Association chairing the panel.
Paige Johnson, VP Education Marketing – Microsoft
Mark Weller, Chief Gaming Officer, Team Manager – Vexed Gaming, Great Britain Esports Team, England Esports.
Prof Andy Miah, Chair of Science Communication & Future Media – University of Salford Manchester
The panel will outline the range of esports education and career pathways across the industry and how they link to other industries such as global digital, creative, entertainment and STEM-based industries.
If you are interested in attending the event, more details on visitor registration can be found here.
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