esports ohio Interns

Michael Tyler Schlosser

"Tyler" has been playing video games for as long as he can remember. Attending Bellevue High School, Tyler played Smash Bros. whenever he could. With the help of his father and a school staff member, he created a petition to start an eSports team at the school. After some resistance, Tyler officially founded the Bellevue Esports Club and became its first president. Interested in drama and being involved in school news, he hopes to become more involved in shoutcasting and social media production. Tyler is entering his senior year of highschool in the Fall of 2022 and is excited to join an amazing crew as an intern.

Paul Rondeau

Paul is an upcoming graduate of Kent State University where he founded the League of Legends community. He has worked with Kent's Esports program since its foundation in 2018 by creating events, getting sponsorships and partnerships, and managing varsity level teams. With a variety of talents such as streaming, recruitment, and business relations, Paul hopes to utilize his time at ESO to gain more industry experience and further promote esports.

Trey Schilffarth

Trey Schilffarth is an Esports Managment graduate student at Miami University. He has spent the majority of his professional career working in the music industry with Live Nation. He also spent some years working as A & R at Little Heart Records and touring in his band. Trey's love for esports stems from combining his interest in traditional sports and gaming. When the music industry shut down seemingly overnight due to the COVID-19 Pandemic, Trey spent his time building a dedicated community by streaming on Twitch. He used his experience of streaming to help establish and maintain a student-run Twitch program for Trinity High School in Louisville, KY. Trey now works in an administration role for The Game Haus, a media company that focuses on covering esports and conventional sports alike.

Jackson Phillips

Jackson is a student Miami University studying Emerging Technologies in Business and Design with an Entrepreneurship minor. He is also part of the Miami University varsity esports program, as part of the Hearthstone team. Jackson was a key streamer in the SW Lan Tournaments streaming for over 24 hours, also leading to Middletown becoming a Twitch Affiliate. He hopes to find work in the esports industry in an attempt to get my foot in the door and start a successful esports career for himself.