ChargerCon is back! Held each semester at UAH, this year's gaming convention will take place April 4 and 5 in the Charger Union (CU) and will include tournaments for Brawl, Melee, Project M, Magic, Minecraft, Hearthstone, Pokémon, and League of Legends. &quot;ChargerCon is the biggest event on campus,&quot; says UAH junior Kyle Kosic, a co-founder of Student-Run e-Sports, the organization responsible for ChargerCon. &quot;And for the first time it's going to be in the CU, so it's going to be a lot more centralized. There will be a large free-play area in the main lobby, with games in the conference rooms.&quot; Another change this year, he continues, is the amount and variety of sponsors, such as title sponsor TeSPA (the eSports Association). &quot;TeSPA is our big one this year and they're coming from Texas,&quot; says Kosic. &quot;They are sending a couple of people out to represent TeSPA to help us grow and to promote their own organization in the area.&quot; That makes ChargerCon not just a great place to play – or watch – the tournaments and other games, but also a great place to network. &quot;E-sports has really grown over the past few years, and there are careers available for people,&quot; says Kosic. &quot;And not just players but marketing, communications, management – there is a whole new genre of jobs we can filter into.&quot; In fact, some of UAH's alumni have already gone into the field, with more than a handful working at local gaming media and technology company Curse Inc. And even those who have pursued other career fields, like recent graduate and former SRES member Nick Hanson, continue to remain involved with SRES and ChargerCon.