Video gamers across Alaska are preparing for the largest esports tournament ever held in the state, scheduled for three weekends January 28 and February 4 and 11.
UAF is the first university in Alaska to join the National Association of Collegiate Esports, a nationwide league for competitive video gamers.
A website that translates between English and North Slope Iñupiaq is the first of its kind for the dialect.
One Anchorage company is among four added to Launch Alaska’s portfolio of clean energy startups.
The 2014 video game, based on Iñupiaq folklore, is one of the first awarded for Digital and Interactive Storytelling.
The Alaska Native regional corporation for Kodiak Island is expanding its portfolio of subsidiaries to include Texas-based cloud services provider Stratum.
The University of Alaska Fairbanks entered the world of intercollegiate esports competition this semester, fielding four teams that compete in video games (or, as they prefer to call them, electronic sports) across the country.