Last May, WVU Tech grad Chedli Ben Hassine sat in a crowd of caps and gowns, eager to mark the end of his undergraduate journey and claim his degree in Information Systems. His name was called. He walked the stage. He hasn’t stopped moving since.
Nearly nine months and more than 4,000 miles later, he’s just as eager. Only now he’s in Paris, France. His cap? A gaming headset. His gown? The title of Founder and CEO at BeGame, a one-of-a-kind e-sports facility where gamers can play, practice and compete in video gaming competitions.