First, I would like to say that I understand, yes, that Razer is a brand. Just like any other brand, there goal is to please consumers and make money at the same time. (Generally speaking, that is.) However, E-Sports is becoming a movement, more and more people everyday are starting to learn about this crazy phenomenon. If Razer claims to be the pioneers of E-Sports, there is only one large logical step left. Before I reveal this idea, I would like you to keep in mind the following things. Some colleges have scholarships for league of legends, I believe there are two of them. Even a few high schools are starting to catch on making their own varsity teams for this new found "sport". Why hasn't Razer started a movement to encourage schools to make varsity teams? Now, I'm not against Razer or anything at all. Maybe they haven't had the idea yet, but regardless this is the next needed step if E-Sports is to grow large enough to be considered an actual sports by parents and onlookers alike. Think about it. Every last one of you, with the exception of a few weird ones... Your parents said that you couldn't make a living off of video games. That just isn't the case anymore folks! I see people making millions on the scene. Here is the difference though... People will claim it's like any other sport, you only hear about the ones who get famous. While this is true to a certain degree, I heavily believe that If you are on the pro scene for any competitive video game, it is because you practiced and got the required skill needed to be there. If Razer was the one to start this movement, The company would get even bigger! I used to think that Razer was this crazy famous brand for gaming hardware and software alike. However, after talking to friends and a bunch of fellow peers, I learned that almost none of them knew who Razer are. With this type of a bold move, they could earn themselves a large amount of attention. What is the benefit of having E-Sport varsity teams anyways? Well, there are a ton. The main one being that If someone wanted to be on the varsity team, they would need a high enough GPA. This would encourage students failing their classes who enjoy playing games to work hard to get themselves to a point where they want to be. Playing video games for a living. I'm not going to give Razer ideas on how to accomplish this task, because I can guarantee you it would be a large one. However, I do believe Razer has the name and the money to attempt something like this, and if they go about it correctly It could be something that changes the history of overall sports forever. Thank you for reading my idea of making E-Sports a varsity sport, I hope you guys liked it.