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Parker Anderson (nearest the camera) and the Esports Overwatch team compete during a tournament n Dallas. This was the first year that Wesleyan has had a team.
Photo by Eugene Friar

Esports team ends with top 10 finish

Elizabeth Lloyd April 27, 2019

Randy Turner has gotten a chance to face new challenges and meet new people through his job as community manager for the TXWES Esports Program. Despite the differences between his current job and his...

Sports Access with Davonte Mitchell-Dixon

Rambler TV March 25, 2019    

Freshmen general studies majors Teo Macedo and Nick Hains practice together for the FIFA team. Forty-nine people are currently in the Epsorts program.
Photo by Elizabeth Lloyd

TXWES Esports Program continues its growth

Elizabeth Lloyd February 15, 2019

The TXWES Esports Program has made great strides in building its community, expanding its influence, and formalizing teams since it began in fall 2018, according to Eugene Frier, director of the TXWES...

A former president of Nerd Central, Jacob Chesney is happy being involved with a program that brings people together who enjoy geek like activities like video games.
Photo by Rachell Aguilar

Chesney’s love for games helps to create eSports program

Rachell Aguilar November 14, 2018

Jacob Chesney believes that the Texas Wesleyan eSports program has allowed nonsocial students to engage in something bigger than themselves, something they normally wouldn’t engage in. Having been playing...

Hearthstone members (left to right) Chris Austin, Gordon Armbruster, Chris Campbell, and Jacob Chesney with (in front) Roberto Valdez pose for a group photo. 
Photo by Rachell Aguilar

Hearthstone continues its season

Rachell Aguilar November 1, 2018

The Texas Wesleyan eSports Hearthstone team started their season on Oct. 1, with weekly matches 7 p.m. every Monday through Nov. 12. According to Eugene Frier, executive director of eSports and recreation,...

Lukien Sheremeta, a freshmen chemistry major and member of the Overwatch Team, practices during his free time. The Texas Wesleyan eSports program began recruiting last spring and has begun practicing for competition this semester.
Photo by Rachell Aguilar

eSports boots up teams and practices

Rachell Aguilar October 10, 2018

Texas Wesleyan’s eSports program, which launched last spring, began tryouts and practices the first week of school this semester. Eugene Frier, executive director of eSports and recreation, said there...

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