Georgia Tech announced Tuesday that the university will join the “Global Offensive” forum, an online community for those who enjoy discussing and discussing games.
The announcement comes just two days after the Georgia Tech Football team won its first ACC title, which included a dramatic upset of Clemson in the title game.
The game, which featured a Georgia Tech victory over Clemson, was streamed on YouTube by Georgia Tech and garnered more than 12 million views.
The university, which is located in Atlanta, was one of several schools in the country to sign on as part of the Global Offensive platform, a service that allows anyone to share and share with each other.
Georgia Tech President Kent Fuchs said in a statement that the Global offensive is “the largest forum for sharing, sharing, and sharing.”
“The global impact of games, and the collective enjoyment of the game, is an ever-increasing value,” Fuchs wrote.
“The Global Offensive is an essential tool for our campus community to engage and interact with one another, and to help build and maintain a better world for all.”
The Georgia Tech Global Offense will also feature content from more than 50 teams and more than 100,000 fans from across the country.
The company also plans to make the platform open to anyone who wants to use it, and it has partnered with Georgia Tech’s Collegiate Game Technology (CGT) to help create content.