Welcome to Jason's professional diary!  Here you'll find all the juicy snippets of his career thus far.  You can scroll down to see the whole of it, or click the boxes below to bring you to whichever portion you'd like to see first.



 
 
 
 
 

Jason was the Lead Writer for Big Blue eSports, and he covered the organization's events and tournaments.   Through BBeS, he helped bring New England's small Super Smash Bros. Melee scene to the global scale with creative and engaging content.


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For eSports Unlimited, Jason worked on being up to date with all popular eSports that were available for fantasy betting on the website.  Through social media he amassed a following through interaction and content, while he kept members updated on the current status of multiple professional leagues.


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At Team Dignitas, Jason worked with a team of writers and pushed out informative articles to increase traffic on the team's official website.


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During his time at LoL Class, Jason became the social media wizard he is today.  With the help of Hootsuite, he delivered creative content to the League of Legends community, and helped further the LoL Class brand.


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With an internship-turned-job position at D.A.R.E. America, Jason wrote copy to market their education programs.  He also produced content for their website to generate traffic and keep members informed.  Sadly, D.A.R.E. America moved their website to a different IP at a time before Jason understood the importance of building a portfolio.  Only these sacred pieces of scripture remain from his tenure.


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Finally, years of esports experience had paid off and Jason landed a gig to be part of launching the next big esports brand from the ground up.  He held the title of Senior Editor, but he wore many hats.  With an opportunity to work endlessly, since there was so much to be done, Jason shined and showed true leadership.  In his role, and with the help of his team/staff, he created a product that landed launch partners in Fnatic, DreamHack, and many other esports brands.  In short, Jason killed it.