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University of Jamestown, Jamestown, ND
University of Jamestown Case Study
Dillon Kifer, 701-252-3467 ext.5307

Shawnee State University, Portsmouth, OH
Kyle Trapp, 740-357-3304

University of Akron, Akron, OH
Michael Fay, 330-972-3877

University of South Carolina Sumter, Sumter, SC
Kris Weissmann, 803-938-3724

Lackawanna College, Scranton, PA
Teddy Delaney, Esports Program Administrator & Head Coach

Gilmer County Schools, Ellijay, GA
John Call, 706-502-2156

Taylor County Schools, Butler, GA
Denton Wainwright, 478-862-5224

Zack Gilbert, Normal, IL

“Working with ByteSpeed and Gravity Gaming has been awesome! They care about the customer and add the personal feel to customer service. Our esports program has taken a huge step forward working with their help. It is a blessing that we locked in a partnership with such GREAT people!” — Kris Weissmann, Director of Student Life and Esports, University of South Carolina Sumter

“Working with Gravity Gaming has been top notch. We could never have gotten that great of customer service, creative customization options, or help with creating team jerseys from a big chain company.” — Chris Hoke, University of Jamestown Esports, ND

“Name brand hardware, great technical support, and personal service from good people. I have used their hardware for my classroom, VR, and esports for many years.” — Zach Gilbert

“Over the last 10 years, our district has built a great partnership with ByteSpeed/Gravity Gaming. We recently purchased 6 Gravity Gaming PCs with the Oculus Rift VR for our High School STEM lab, which also enabled us to start an esports club. Our kids love the Gravity Gaming machines the best because they run our games so much better. We have a wide range of students participating in our esports club, with players ranging from 9th through 12th grade. It’s awesome to see these students, who typically don’t play other sports, work as a team and talk to other players. They encourage and help each other learn. We’ve had several students step up and become leaders. We have a couple teachers say they are shocked how some students talk about esports, because normally they are so shy and don’t talk much. We look forward to working with the great staff at ByteSpeed/Gravity gaming to purchase gaming chairs and other gaming items for our esports team.” — Chris Kuntzman, Taylorville CUSD #3, Taylorville, IL