Ball State University has hired Dillon Kleinvehn as its first-ever head coach of the Ball State League of Legends team. He is the first graduate assistant of the Esports program and will be studying Secondary Education in the fall. 

“We are so excited to have Dillon join our program,” said Dan Marino, the Director of Esports for Ball State. “He not only brings the skill and game knowledge required for us to compete at a high level, but he shares our vision for what a collegiate esports program can and should be and for a new program. That is invaluable.”

Kleinvehn was a standout collegiate League of Legends performer at Miami University


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