eSports Chat: Scott Huston, Stockton Univ + Victor Gomez, Seton Hall Univ
We’ll discuss the state of eSports and SportsTech in higher education
We’ll discuss a number of things including:
1. State of eSports in high school and higher education
2. Future forecast for the sports tech industries
3. Talent pipeline outlook: opportuniites and challenges
5. Answers to your questions
Scott Huston, Chief Information Officer, at Stockton University, is responsible for providing leadership to the Division of Information Technology Services team for the continued development of an innovative, robust, and secure information technology environment to support ubiquitous, integrated, and fully engaging learning experiences throughout the University. He has also helped inspire the growth of Stockton’s top ranked esports program
Under his leadership, the Information technology team has taken a proactive and collaborative approach to deliver innovative, reliable, and sustainable technologies that optimize satisfaction and desired outcomes. Scott Huston has continued to develop an extremely talented management team who collaboratively approach, solve, and guide the technical staff within the division to meet the University’s technology needs. While acting as Chief Information Officer, he has been extremely successful in continuing to implement the new strategic vision for Information Technology Services by focusing the adoption of software as a service offerings and cloud technologies to provide more robust and reliable IT infrastructure.
His leadership has been a critical part of the University’s operations during the covid-19 pandemic providing technology, resources, and support to continue University operations during a difficult time. He has also been appointed as a member of the NJEdge Board of Trustees.
Victor Gomez, Esports Manager at Seton Hall University, has been instrumental to the founding, creation, and growth of the University’s esports program.