Stop Putting Minority Kids in ESL Classes if They Don’t Need It
Apparently if you’re young and a visible minority, you belong in an English as a Second Language class.
A Sliver of the Future: How Virtual Reality Pushes Esports' Boundaries
Is the newest wave of spectator sports already facing a huge evolution in how it's consumed?
B. David Zarley
Rocket League Could Be eSports' Next Big Sensation
We've seen MOBAs, fighters and first-person shooters. Rocket League is something entirely different.
eSports Commentator Lauren Scott Talks Fame and the Rise of Competitive Gaming
Part of ESL's line-up of commentary talent, Scott risked a lot to make it in eSports—but now she's seeing it all pay off.
Being a Teenager is Hard Enough Without Having to Learn English as a Second Language
For immigrants who come to America as children and teenagers, adapting to a new language can make middle and high school feel like hell.
VICE vs Video games
eSports Has to Grow Up, and Drug-Testing Its Players Is an Important Step
As the ESL and Gfinity declare they're testing for performance-enhancing drugs, eSports is coming into line with more traditional athletic competitions.
My Mother Sent Me an NSFW Clip
The next morning she emailed me "IMG_0087.MOV," a humorous skit about a man on a tram that keeps suddenly stopping, causing him to repeatedly ram his face into the large-breasted woman seated across from him.
How English Teachers in China Are Lied to and Exploited
ESL teachers expect to face some cultural difficulties, few realize quite what they're in for.
Zoe Leavitt and Aaron Lee
White People with No Skill Sets Wanted in China
If you're a white English speaker, you can get a job teaching private English classes in China. Many schools will hire you without any prior experience, teaching credentials, or a working visa. Sometimes you don't even need to apply for the job.