The aim trainer will be present in the entire State University of New York (SUNY) ecosystem.

KoVaaK’s developer The Meta will be working with the state of New York to standardize the aim trainer for all esports players.

KoVaaK 2.0 and SUNY join forces

In a press release, The Meta announced a “landmark partnership” with the State University of New York (SUNY). KoVaaK 2.0 is an aim trainer that features routines and practice tools to improve your aim for First Person Shooters (FPS). The SUNY system has over 400k students currently enrolled with over 60 campuses across the state of New York.

This is a landmark partnertship, not just for our company but for the entire esports industry. The coalescence of education, technology, athletics, and multimedia, is nothing short of a revolution. We couldn’t be more proud to support the students and staff at SUNY with our best in class aim training software to help players and staf reach their full potential, in and out of game.

Cody Dragon The Meta Business Development

Without monetary details, it is hard to decide if it is truly “landmark” or the largest partnership to date, but it is certainly an intriguing development in the collegiate esports space. KoVaak has already made strides in the collegiate esports space inking several deals with colleges and collegiate platforms around the country.

Charles Murray the SUNY esports commissioner is reportedly excited to partner with KoVaaK in an effort to, “propel the competitive skill of the teams within SUNY Esports.” The partnership will look to provide the software to students, and also work to promote “academic cross-departmental collaboration.”

Partnerships between endemic esports organizations and major state institutions are a major positive for the space, but it remains to be seen how far/deep this partnership will go. For all major collegiate esports news keep it locked to Esports.gg.

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Ezekiel Carsella is a freelance writer for Esports.gg, a former Collegiate Rocket League coach, and an alumnus of the College of Charleston.