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Stephanie Greaves, Co-op Coordinator for the SFU School of Interactive Arts & Technology, interviews Derian Chow about his Co-op position as an Esports Project Coordinator.

Derian explains how he helped develop a Varsity eSports program on campus at SFU. They talk about what kind of inspiration he found while researching Varsity eSports programs. As Derian mentions, establishing such a program at SFU will help with community retention, scholarship opportunities, and recognition as a leader in the rapidly growing Esports industry.

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