Cxmmunity recently teamed up with Warner Bros. and Xbox to promote the release of Space Jam: A New Legacy, which came out on July 16th. As a result, Cxmmunityhas began a campaign that will provide over 50 historically black colleges and universities (HBCUs) with Xbox kits.
Cxmmunity has also begun to help build gaming labs for some schools. These venues will come outfitted with the aforementioned Xbox Kits that feature special-edition “Tune Squad” and “Goon Squad” wireless controllers.
“This is another huge step forward for our team as we continue to demonstrate our expertise helping brands connect with the HBCU community with meaningful programs that will advance student life and opportunities on a collegiate level,” said Ryan Johnson, the Executive Director of Cxmmunity. “The generous donation of Xbox Kits will make an impact as we continue to build esports labs across HBCU campuses to give students a place to connect and compete together.”
Gaming labs have already been opened at Oakwood University and North Carolina Central University by Cxmmunity. The organization said they will soon build facilities for Delaware State University, Dillard University, Howard University, Morgan State University, and Texas Southern University
(All information was provided by Esports Insider)