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Lori Bajorek to keynote virtual AV/IT Summit

Bajorek’s keynote will review how digitized youth can be motivated to learn in the classroom and beyond through the power and benefit of esports

Lori Bajorek, president of the National eSports Association — the premier group for esports education that is collaboratively building the foundation for an inclusive community of gamers — is set to keynote the virtual AV/IT Summit on August 6.

“At a time where AV professionals are diving deeper into the world of esports, we are thrilled to welcome Lori to the AV/IT Summit,” said Megan A. Dutta, content director, Systems Contractor News. “Lori’s dynamic keynote will give attendees an in-depth look at the esports market and they’ll leave with a solid understanding of new business opportunities.”

“Esports teaches our digitized youth to thrive and to be collaborative in a global community. Esports is more than just placing blocks or getting the most eliminations, transforming the way we learn and create community,” added Bajorek.

Bajorek’s keynote — titled “Esports in Education: How Video Games are Changing the Way We Learn” — will review how digitized youth can be motivated to learn in the classroom and beyond through the power and benefit of esports.

The AV/IT Summit will feature video sessions as well as a digital conference lobby complete with exhibitor booths. There will be interactive, engaging panels with subject matter experts from various facets of pro AV, as well as plenty of networking.

“We firmly believe that August will be too soon for a gathering of 200-plus people in New York City, and we want to ensure the safety of our attendees, speakers, and staff,” said Megan A. Dutta, content director, Systems Contractor News. “On the bright side, having a virtual event will allow us to expand our reach and we invite integrators, consultants, technology managers, and the like from around the country to join us for a full day of education and networking.”

For more information or to register, visit avitsummit.com.

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