HBCU Students Compete for $15K Scholarships in ‘Black & Positively Golden Gamers’ Fortnite Tournament

Brag House founder Lavell Juan is a visionary and charismatic entrepreneur who wants HBCU students and minorities to take a financial stake in the current esports phenomenon.

In a partnership with Coca-Cola and McDonald’s USA, Brag House has teamed up with students from Historically Black Colleges and Universities (HBCUs) to compete in the Black & Positively Golden Gamers Tournament.

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