Esports organisation TSM has announced the launch of the innovative new programme TSMU, a collegiate-focused initiative built specifically for university students who have a passion for gaming and esports.
TSMU will provide quality mentorship, guidance, support and community for those looking to learn and engage with the global esports industry.
“One of the most common questions I get asked is, how do you get into esports? In this industry, there has historically been a lack of a clear path on how to get involved, so it can be challenging for those who are interested in this business to even get started. This is why we created TSMU. We want to lead the way in creating new opportunities in the space, as well as providing education and insight for those looking to learn how they can work in the space,” Allie Hahe, TSM Project Manager and Creator of TSMU, said.
Serving as the main hub of this unique and vibrant community is the TSMU Discord Server. Students, industry professionals, players, and TSM staff alike can all join the conversation, connect with others, participate in events, ask questions and share stories.

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