CCS Presentation Systems, one of the largest audio-video systems integration companies in the US, just announced the creation of a fully-functioning Esports Demonstration Center at its Scottsdale, AZ corporate headquarters. It provides customers with a working demonstration of every component of an esports facility – game play, audience presentation, streaming and more.
“This Esports Demo Center was purpose-built for our education customers. It includes everything necessary for school teams to be successful in this competitive sport,” said Julie Solomon, Chief Marketing Officer for CCS. “Esports gaming has very specific equipment standards. Facilities need to mimic each other as much as possible or players will be at a disadvantage during competition.”
The Extreme-eCampus News Worldwide Esports Survey found that 21% of schools already have an esports program and that over 70% of K12 schools are now considering introducing competitive gaming to their curriculum. Currently, there are more than 200 colleges and universities offering nearly $15 million in scholarships to high school students to join their esports programs.
For a first look at the CCS Esports Demo Center please visit www.ccssouthwest.com/esports.
About CCS Presentation Systems
Since 1991, Scottsdale, Ariz.-based CCS Presentation Systems, has served customers in the corporate, government and education sectors, providing design, integration, installation, training and maintenance of audio-video equipment. Solutions include video walls, large format displays, room control systems, interactive collaboration tools, digital projectors, digital signage, audio systems, and more. The company has expanded from a two-person operation to one of the largest A/V integrators in the U.S., with more than 350 employees, 24 sales offices and annual sales in excess of $150 million.
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