The Esports Learning Center at McFadden Ranch will be equipped with PCs, gaming chairs, keyboards,

mice and monitors. To complete the setup, headsets are being donated by gaming equipment company

HyperX. Due to COVID-19 distancing restrictions, the installation and unveiling date have not been


Support this initiative by donating via the link below.

We officially launched our first community initiative on January 1, 2020  by sponsoring the development of an Esports Learning Center at the Texas Juvenile Justice Department’s (TJJD) Roanoke facility, McFadden Ranch. 

To kick off fundraising for the new community initiative, Esposure4All hosted an esports celebrity

tournament on Jan. 19 at Esposure’s gaming arena in Desoto, Texas. Held in compliance with all CDC
COVID-19 safety regulations, the event featured youth from McFadden Ranch competing in the video
game “Among Us” against celebrities like NFL stars Adrian Colbert of the New York Giants and Raheem Mostert of the San Francisco 49ers, who were participating virtually.

While there, the youth toured the Esposure facility and heard inspirational remarks from Esposure Co-
Founder and CEO, Danny Martin.


McFadden Ranch is a halfway house operated by the Texas Juvenile Justice Department in rural Denton County designed to provide youth the opportunity to make gradual transitions back into their home communities by offering specialized treatment options, help with job assistance, and educational and vocational programming.


The Texas Juvenile Justice Department is a state agency dedicated to the care, education, rehabilitation,
and treatment for youth who have become involved with the juvenile justice system. The agency and its
2,000 employees are committed to providing the best outcomes for youth by focusing on their
individual needs and providing them with the tools to become productive, responsible adults.