In a significant step towards enhancing the health and performance of its esports athletes, Baldwin Wallace University proudly announces its partnership with Bye Blue Light. This collaboration marks a new era for esports, focusing on the well-being of players by protecting them from the potential negative effects of prolonged screen exposure.
Baldwin Wallace's esports program has rapidly gained prominence in the collegiate gaming scene. Competing in titles like Valorant, Rocket League, Overwatch, Super Smash Bros, COD (MWII), and Madden, the university provides its students not only with high-end education but also with the opportunity to excel at a competitive level in the world of esports.
Guiding this thriving program is Jake Grasso, the Director of Esports at BW. Under his leadership, the university has taken steps to join the NACE national league and the regional Great Lakes Esports Conference (GLEC). This strategic move has positioned Baldwin Wallace as a formidable player in the collegiate esports arena.
"The partnership with Bye Blue Light reflects our commitment to the holistic well-being of our esports athletes. We understand the significance of safeguarding their eye health, which is crucial for peak performance," says Jake Grasso.
Danny Define, President of Bye Blue Light, expresses his enthusiasm about the partnership, stating, "We're thrilled to be collaborating with Baldwin Wallace University Esports. As esports continues to grow, prioritizing the health of players becomes paramount. Our cutting-edge blue light technology aligns perfectly with BW's dedication to their athletes."
By combining esports prowess with a proactive approach to health and well-being, Baldwin Wallace University and Bye Blue Light are setting a precedent for the industry. This partnership not only protects the players' vision but also underscores the importance of comprehensive care in esports.
As BW's esports program continues to soar under Jake Grasso's guidance, the university's alliance with Bye Blue Light demonstrates their commitment to fostering a thriving esports community that values both performance and health.
For more information, please contact:
Director of Esports, Baldwin Wallace University
President, Bye Blue Light