EMU and Esport Organization (Gen.G) announce that Esport Summer Programs will be held at the university so that students can participate and build good relationships through online games.

The announcement comes a year after Gen.G first collaborated with Eastern to support all players to have a good relationship with the Esport Program. Gen. G is the leader and will establish relations between China, South Korea, United States to build the future of Esport.

Eastern Michigan University President James Smith said the partnership with Gen.G is a guarantee between the university and students.

In a written statement on the partnership, Smith said joining the students in the competition was a fun and exciting way to build new friendships and increase pride on campus. More importantly, in my opinion, it is an opportunity to share with our students many careers in this field.