By: Vic Hood
Intel is a leading force when it comes to esports in the UK, offering some of the best computing hardware on the market and throwing its weight behind esport tournaments, such as ESL One and Intel Extreme Masters.
However, the company is now looking to invest in the future of the industry and, in particular, university student esport talent.
Earlier this year, Intel announced its sponsorship of the National Student Esports (NSE), the official body of university esports in the UK. You may not have heard of the NSE, but it’s essentially the body fighting for university esports players to be taken seriously by the education system – an often difficult and frustrating task for those involved.