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  • If not a class, It should be an extracurricular activity

    School is about learning and education. Now, What does gaming give on the table of education? It gives the ability to open the mind to thinking way outside the box than anyone can ever imagine. Just like math. We won't be using all of the things we learn in math class, And everytime a student learns something in math class, They ask the math teacher where in the world they are going to use it. Maybe some math questions yes, But not all. Math is so we train our focus, Our common sense, And to train our minds to process information we have never seen before. This is what gaming can do to a person.

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  • Kids with disabilities or allergies would now be able to participate in E-Sports.

    So many games such as Fortnite, Pubg, H1Z1 and call of duty and even some other games are fun games that kids enjoynplaying and if these options were available at school’s, A lot more kids would be happy including the kids with disabilities and allergies because everybody would be able to havefun without getting rid of sport so that kid’s have options.

  • It allows kids who previously have not wanted to get involved a chance to do what they want

    It builds teamwork skills, strategy, and provides audiences with entertainment. Kids are ready playing them, some studies have found that 72 percent of all teens (including girls) play some sort of video game. It could prepare players who are serious about going pro to pursue their passion, as esports is becoming a viable job option for those who put enough time and effort into it. Plus, what do schools have to lose from this? There is clearly a lot of interest. Even if they don't put it on the same level as traditional sports, at least make it a widespread program.

  • ESports are inclusive

    Of course. ESports are so much more inclusive than other depots. Even that crippled kid in a wheelchair can play a video game.

    Let's look at it like this, chess is a sport. It's also a game. ESports are electronic games. If a game like chess can be a sport, a more intense game (such as most MOBA games or the commonly used FPS genre) should be classified as well. Both take the exact same things, strategy, practice, and the ability to do basic motions.

  • Esports are cool

    League of legends is a really cool game. So is counter strike. Success in esports doesn't depend on how athletic you are. Esports are real sports and schools support other sports. It isn't fair if they don't support esports. Increased interest in school functions and school spirit. Increased self esteem for nerds.

  • Schools are here for education.

    The purpose of a school is to teach. A school should not be a place to play video games, even as a job. Schools should focus on giving students the materials they need to study, not on giving wannabe pro gamers what they want.

    Don't mistake me, I think that extracurricular activities are important to students but I don't feel as if the budget, both of time and money, should go towards outside activities.

    If a school has everything they need then there is some merit to providing extracurriculars but it would be better for public schools to partner with sponsors in order to provide out-of school activities.

    This includes real sports, under-funding math classes to the point where an ex-factory worker with an emergency degree is the standard teacher and funding p.E. To the point at which the three gym teachers complain about not having four. It's not a good order for priorities. Especially in a environment built for learning.


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