The Ohio State University is introducing a video game–related degree. Will other colleges follow suit?

STUDENTS AT ONE OF THE LARGEST U.S. universities have video games on the brain during lectures. But it’s not a distraction, because gaming is actually part of the class.

The Ohio State University recently announced an e-sports program for the upcoming fall semester that includes courses about coaching

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