alexeands3 karma2020-10-07 17:56:11 UTC
It seems a bit disingenuous to lead with “earning millions,” while the relationship between collegiate athletics and students is borderline exploitative. Institutions earn billions (collectively), while grossly under-compensating the students who generate that revenue. Whether traditional or esports, students must often still pay the institution to participate, forego opportunities to develop skills outside the program, and are required or coerced not to profit from their image or accept lucrative sponsorships. What are you and your organization doing to protect the interests of the children you aim to recruit?
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