Ahad Akbar graduated from high school early to pursue professional video gaming. He’s not alone. More and more people are building careers in this industry, not only in competitive gaming, but also in marketing, law, and talent managment. Are video games creating jobs of the future? Students from Etiwanda High School found out.
Produced by Ty Koslowski, Reid Koslowski, and Dylan Nelson at Etiwanda High School in Rancho Cucamonga, California. Instruction provided by SRL Connected Educator Bernadine Judson. Station support provided by PBS SoCal and Joanne Faryon.
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