Following on from the hugely popular Esports Village in 2022, British Esports is once again working in association with Bett UK to host Esports @ Bett.
Hosted by Kalam Neale, Head of Education at British Esports, the Esports @ Bett stage will feature key stakeholders from the British Esports Federation, including;
- Kalam Neale, Head of Education at British Esports,
- ‘Esports 101: Powering up your esports journey’ on 29th March at 11.00am – a talk with Nathan O’Grady, VR/AR and Esports Lead at Kings InterHigh, and Max Copley, Teacher and Esports Lead from DLD College London
- ‘Level Up Esports in Education’ on 30th March at 11.00am – a look at the internal and external factors affecting the development of esports facilities.
- Alex Davies, Performance Advisor at British Esports will speak on ‘The Brain and the Game: Prioritising Player Wellbeing in Esports’ on 31st March at 11.00am – an exploration into the mental health challenges facing esports players.
- Alice Leaman, Head of Operations at British Esports will chair ‘Esports is for Everyone: Exploring inclusion in your esports team’ on 31st March at 3.00pm – a fireside chat on the benefits of esports communities.
This year Bett is also launching Connect @ Bett – a completely new, tech-enabled meetings programme that will drive more meaningful conversations than ever before in Bett’s 37-year history, making 2023 the best Bett ever! Registration for Connect @ Bett ends on 3rd March 2023 with FREE ticket registration available here.