Geoffrey Wright

eSports Head Coach

Phone: 260.422.5561 x3444
email: GAWright@indianatech.edu

Wright is a 2016 graduate of Georgia Southern University of Statesboro, Georgia, and a veteran of organized gaming. During his junior year at GSU, Wright joined the Southern Collegiate Gaming Association and started competing at the collegiate level. He also served as president of the organization, running day-to-day activities and organizing fundraisers, viewing parties and charity tournaments. Also, while attending Georgia Southern, Wright formed the GATA eSports team at the university. After college, he assisted former teammate John Marvin in coaching and managing a challenger team that entered the NA Challenger Series Qualifier. The team finished in the top eight.

“We are extremely pleased to have Geoffrey on board as our new head coach,” said Kyle Klinker, Indiana Tech Recreation and Community Life Coordinator. “Geoffrey brings passion, leadership and superior in-game knowledge to our program. His previous experiences in the eSports industry and collegiate field will be instrumental to the development of our eSports student-athletes.”

Wright is originally from Nova Scotia, Canada. He moved with his family to Georgia when he was four. In addition to gaming, Wright likes to play the ukulele and Ultimate Frisbee, and he is a support main in League of Legends. His other favorite games are Elder Scrolls, Terraria and CSGO.

Kyle Klinker

Assistant Director of Recreation & Varsity eSports 
Phone: 260.422.5561, ext 2147
email: klklinker@indianatech.edu

Entering his third season as the varsity eSport director, Kyle looks to build upon last seasons successes. Originally from Van Wert, Ohio, Kyle and his wife Jennifer now reside in Fort Wayne, Indiana. Kyle and Jennifer also just recently welcomed their son, Declan, into their growing family. In his free time, Kyle enjoys playing softball, basketball, Overwatch, Pub G and Age of Empires. His main efforts within the eSports program includes monitoring of all day to day operations of the program. He is also a member of the Competition Council with the NAC eSports association. The council’s main goal is to grow the association in terms of school memberships, recruitment, scholarships, discussing new games and much more. While being a main leader of eSports on campus, Kyle is also a part of Student Life from within the Student Affairs division. He works very closely with students on a daily basis as he is also the supervisor of the Fitness Center, Recreation Center, Intramurals, Club Sports and Open Gym.