Degree in E-sports might make it to college institutions

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BACOLOD CITY, Philippines – Tier One Entertainment in partnership with Lyceum of the Philippines University are currently working on an electronic sports (esports) college program.

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Posted by TryQ on Thursday, 20 February 2020

Tier One Entertainment CEO Tryke Gutierrez revealed in a post, yesterday, calling it ‘one of the biggest milestones in Philippine esports history’.

The drafted curriculum is a four-year program called Bachelor of Science in Esports with two tracks; game design, or esport management.

Gutierrez shared that there are multiple institutions around the world, in the recent years, that opened the esports program. (READ also: Jobancom: A community of gamers for gamers)

Since the Philippines is considered as one of the biggest esports market in Asia, he considered this as the country’s turn to ‘take the leap’.

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Currently, they are 80% done with the plan, he said.

He added that this is a ‘golden opportunity’ for the future students to show to society that ‘gaming is not a waste of time’.

The esport curriculum will be given to CHED on March 04.

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