Ball State University recently announced it agreed to an esports partnership with Daleville Community Schools in Indiana. This one-year agreement will see Daleville students be given access to Ball State’s new esports center. Additionally, Daleville students will be eligible to receive lessons in coaching and instruction from BSU esports athletes and coaches.
“Ball State’s esports program strives to provide its students with innovative opportunities to learn and to make connections with their peers and within the community,” said Ball State’s esports program director, Dan Marino. “Through our esports opportunities, students will find their passion and purpose at Ball State, and we are excited to partner with Daleville Community Schools to extend our reach and foster important relationships with the next generation of egamers.”
Ball State University is a public school located in Muncie, Indiana. There are roughly 22,000 students currently enrolled at the institution.