Josh is a resident of Las Vegas, working as a money manager, who created time for himself to find work in the esports industry as a caster-turned collegiate historian. He is a WWE and all-around wrestling fanatic, and he doesn’t shy away from standing up for what is right, even in the face of pressure. He is a guy I look up to in that sense, and I loved our conversation. We got a chance to talk about what sets a successful collegiate esports program apart from an unsuccessful one, skills needed to work in esports, and the importance of networking with others online and the excitement that comes with meeting them in person.
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