Client Partners

Access Alliance is proud to bring our esports curriculum, program development/consulting services and more to educational, non-profit, training, and other organizations (includes current and past partners).

Playfly Esports

Playfly Esports (formerly CSL Esports) provides turnkey solutions for schools and students to compete and learn valuable skills in the rapidly expanding esports industry. Since 2009 Playfly Esports has been the operator of North America’s largest collegiate esports business and has provided over $1 million in direct scholarships. Playfly Esports works with scholastic partners at all levels including colleges & universities, state and local high school districts, athletic and activities associations, departments of education, and parks & recreation in this new endeavor.

Milwaukee Esports Alliance

The Milwaukee Esports Alliance exists to grow the culture and connectivity of regional esports groups, gamers, business and community partners. MKEsports Alliance mission is to advance metro Milwaukee's standing as a national leader in esports, poised for future infrastructure and development.

Albright College

As the oldest institution of higher learning in Berks County, Albright College has a long history of helping generations of students become strong, curious, and creative leaders. Since 1856, students have discovered their talents, explored their interests, and embraced their creativity at Albright.

University of Wisconsin-Madison

Since its founding in 1848, this campus has been a catalyst for the extraordinary. As a public land-grant university and prolific research institution, our students, staff, and faculty members partake in a world-class education and solve real-world problems.

Washington Interscholastic Activities Association

The Washington Interscholastic Activities Association (WIAA) is a private, nonprofit 501(c)(3) service organization and rule-making body that was formed in 1905 to create equitable playing conditions between high school sports teams in Washington. The Association consists of nearly 800 member high schools and middle/junior high schools, both public and private, and is divided into nine geographic service districts.

The WIAA oversees athletics and fine arts in Washington state and hosts 120 WIAA state championship events.

New Horizons of Wisconsin

New Horizons Wisconsin Integrated Learning takes students through all stages of the learning lifecycle to create a memorable learning experience. These effective learning solutions also allow managers to direct training in line with business objectives.

New Horizons Wisconsin offers an extensive selection of vendor-authorized training classes for top technology providers like Adobe, Cisco, Citrix, Microsoft, and VMware. New Horizons Computer Learning Centers of Wisconsin courses are taught by experienced, vendor-certified instructors. This means you are getting the most up to date information to apply to real situations.