Join this discussion where experts discuss black representation in Esports, including Esports players, teams, management, and playable characters in games.
Arabian Prince, Inov8 Next. Arabian Prince, songwriter, rapper, producer, DJ, technologist Pro Gamer and futurist, Arabian is best known for being a founding member of the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame inducted rap group N.W.A., pioneering west coast electro music and producing the Grammy nominated #1 hit song Supersonic. He is the founder of iNov8 Next Open Labs and president of The Los Angeles First Tech Challenge robotics competition. His companies have created 100+ video game titles for Fox interactive and Vivendi Universal. He is currently working with his tech partners to bring Open Labs to support youth, women, diversity, veterans interested in tech.
Malia Jennings, NCompass. Group Account Director with 10+ years of multicultural marketing experience managing Fortune 500 clients including Toyota, Ford, Lexus and Comcast with a specialized talent in diversity programs and initiatives. Experience with increasing esports in Historically Black Colleges and Universities.
Brent “King Creole” Page has been in the competitive gaming scene since the early 90s. He streams modern games on Twitch, and Retro Gaming Live on Facebook. Twitch / Twitter: @ZoneKingCreole
Jaymes Hines, Beyond Esports + FanHacks. Founder/Managing Partner. Beyond Esports is a venture studio. Its FanHacks live and virtual demo events support early-stage founders.
Lauren Hazel, Head Marketer, Streaming and Esports Summit owned by Black Nerd Swag. She teaches in 1,000 Black Creators Program that teaches Esports teams and streamers how to marketing and sell online.
Godric Johnson, Gesports, Jestreame, based in Lousiana.
Will "Black Oni" Wiggins, Illustrator / designer who creates content for Noble Gaming esports team, including drawings, podcasts, game coverage, and Twitch lifestreams.