Ghost Gaming, located in Atlanta, has announced a collaboration with Generation Esports (GenE), the organization that founded the High School Esports League (HSEL). The two organizations will combine their strengths and work together to develop the next generation of esports leaders.
The statement from Generation Esports Head of Partnerships, Stewart Tanner, revealed that GenE decided to partner with Ghost Gaming due to the fact that both. he later said, “emphasized high school esports and understanding how difficult it can be for students who want to get involved.” The partnership between these two organizations has been made in order to provide a supportive platform for students in schools across North America who aspire to become professional gamers. The collaboration hopes to provide a community of like-minded individuals who share the same passion and aspirations as they do. The statement also highlighted an exciting new program that Ghost Gaming and GenE will be implementing, “GenE will work to organize online tournaments and in-person conferences to connect talented players with local public relations and marketing experts.”
The end goal is to assist the students in the development of their personal brand and help them grow as individuals.
Ghost Gaming is a North American esports organization that was founded in 2016 by Andrew Steinberg. The organization fields teams in known titles such as Call of Duty, Fortnite, Gears of War, SMITE, H1Z1: King of the Kill, and PUBG. The organization was acquired by Infinite Esports & Entertainment back in May 2018.