Dakota State University is adding a highly skilled esports player to their coaching staff, welcoming in professional Nicolas Engle as an assistant coach. He will be providing his knowledge and expertise to a young program that continues to grow. Engle is focusing on recruitment, noting that esports players often have a love for technology that makes DSU a great place to continue their education and participation in the sport.

He will be working closely with head coach Andy Roland, to coordinate media coverage of matches and events, and together they hope to “overcome the language barrier” between the esports community and casual viewers.