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University gaming societies bring all kinds of like-minded students together. Whether looking to get involved in esports tournaments as a player, get experience as an admin behind the scenes, or just find new friends interested in gaming, societies connect students to each other.

We chatted to Warwick Esports Co-Founder Sam Hine and current student at De Montfort University Jodie Bavister about why you should get involved and how NSE helps support university societies.

 

 


 

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