CS:GO News


Becker College: At the Forefront of Collegiate Esports

March 22, 2018

As the advent of livestreaming and social media paved the way for esports nationwide, so did colleges by adopting scholarships to clubs. Schools have played a large part in aiding the esports scene just as they have for physical sports for decades.

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Harrisburg University to Hold International Tryouts for Varsity Squads

March 21, 2018

Harrisburg University continues to raise the bar in the world of collegiate esports by announcing international tryouts for their 2018-2019 varsity teams.


CSGO Playoffs: Weeding 'Em Out in Ro48

March 19, 2018

The grind is on, players! Only the best had the chance to compete into the next round, but things only get more difficult from here on out. If you haven't kept up with the bracket, check out this recap to see what went down!


Video Games = Violence? Lakeview High School Cancels Esports Program

March 18, 2018

With the recent unfortunate events revolving around gun violence, video games are getting the short end of the stick. Lakeview High School was on the brink of starting an esports program for CS:GO, Overwatch, and Rocket League until recently.

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CSL 2018 Grand Finals to be held at Ultimate Media Ventures in Huntington Beach on April 28-29th

March 14, 2018

North America’s Top Collegiate Esports Teams Competing for Over $100,000 in Scholarships. Tickets Available Today to Collegiate StarLeague’s 2018 Grand Finals in Southern California!


CS:GO Spring Saltiness!

March 12, 2018

Playoffs is upon us! The best have survived the first two rounds, but this one is an all or nothing risk. Our writers have put together their predictions for the rest of the season, but how do you feel about them?

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CS:GO Playoffs Launched

March 8, 2018

The playoff brackets for both D1 and D2 CSGO have been launched; read on for more information on what changes were made and what to expect. Good luck to everyone and may the best teams win!


Hunter College Spotlight: The Esports and Game Design Collective

March 7, 2018

Can your club boast a 200 membership and a **Dungeons and Dragons coordinator**? Didn't think so. CUNY - Hunter College totally can! They've got a pretty nifty thing going on at Hunter EGDC, so you should check it out and take some pointers!


Starting Things Right: Coker Enters the Esports Arena

March 6, 2018

Esports popularity on college campuses is no surprise anymore; but, is the popularity administration official? Coker College stepped up their game and set a whole new standard to what collegiate esports is. Check out their progress, and maybe your school can follow along!


CS:GO Pre-Playoffs Power Ranking

March 5, 2018

Only the best will be seeded into the playoff brackets, but only the best of the best are featured in the power ranking. With the playoffs coming up so soon, do you agree with our rankings?


UCSC CSGO: 'Oozing' with Talent

March 2, 2018

UCSC is a story of rebuilding from roster changes and a continuous dedication to improvement. MazaParaza, Moopey and the rest of the Gold squad take you through their story!


Chasing the Future: Trine University's Administration Believes in Esports

February 27, 2018

Indiana's Trine University has taken some big steps toward including esports within their overall student experience. Plenty of schools are hopping on the esport bandwagon, but Trine and its athletics department have truly embraced esports.

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Northwest Christian University Becomes First School in Oregon to Launch Varsity Esports Program

February 27, 2018

Northwest Christian University in Eugene, Oregeon is taking up the mantle as the first college in the state to offer a varsity esports program. Read more!

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