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Finance platform Step is teaming up with Kyle “Bugha” Giersdorf to help teen gamers learn how to manage their finances.

Oct 21 2021

Finance platform Step is teaming up with Kyle “Bugha” Giersdorf to help teen gamers learn how to manage their finances. Step is an “all-in-one financial solution built for the next generation” that is going after teens in a new partnership with Kyle “Bugha” Giersdorf (Fortnite World Champion and two-time Esports Player of the Year) aimed at helping young gamers gain access to modern financial products and manage their esports earnings. Bugha explains, “When I first got into esports, I was faced with a lot of obstacles as the equipment was upwards of $1,000 and winnings were typically distributed through platforms that require you to be at least 18-years-old like PayPal.” Gaming is booming among Gen Z—YPulse’s gaming research shows that 33% of Gen Z considers themselves a gamer—and many of them don’t have access to their own financial tools according to Step. The Bugha partnership is hoping to meet young gamers’ financial needs, offering teens first-hand gaming experiences with Bugha and the chance to win money from a $5,000 prize pool, while one lucky gamer will score an esports scholarship. (Yahoo! Finance)