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CSL is back for 2019-2020!

September 20, 2019

CSL is back with more games and more scholarship prizing than ever, bringing together tens of thousands of collegiate gamers from across North America to compete!

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Industry Insiders: Jose Espin is a True Chicago Esports Story

January 27, 2018

Esports are growing on the strength of people, and Jose Espin, the coordinator of Robert Morris University's (IL) esports program, is one of those people - a true, blue, esports dream story for a local kid from Westchester, IL.

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END GAME event dates and registration links

January 22, 2018

CSL is excited to partner with Bud Light to bring exclusive END GAME fighting game events to Canada! If you're a Smash 4 player, this circuit is perfect for you with an $8,000 prize pool up for grabs. Here's a list of dates and places the CSL crew will be touring.

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Bud Light and Collegiate StarLeague Bring Esports Events to Canadian Campuses

January 19, 2018

Students to compete on an eight city campus tour for $8,000 in prizes. Read on for more about locations and prizing for this exciting circuit!

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HistoryTeacher and CentralTimeNA join Harrisburg University esports program

January 18, 2018

Harrisburg University has made more definitive moves for their esports program by recruiting Chad "HistoryTeacher" Smeltz as program director and Jeff "CentralTimeNA" Wang as the team’s head coach.

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University of Providence Adds Scholarship Esports Program for 2018-2019 School Year

January 17, 2018

University of Providence is the latest campus to add their name to the list of varsity esports programs in North America. Read on for more information on this new program.

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Collegiate Capstone: Varsity, Scholarships, and Drafts

January 8, 2018

In 2017, collegiate esports varsity programs exploded, but how much progress have we really made toward a stable collegiate esports ecosystem?

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With esports at Liberty for all

December 22, 2017

With the growth of collegiate esports, it's no surprise to see universities officiate their gaming culture on campus. Our writer Zach McGinnis spoke with President of Esports Jaden Shaw at Liberty University about the rise and journey of the program.

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Esports Meets Bureaucracy: An Update on Changing Hearts

December 7, 2017

It seems as if this year has been a launching pad for progress in the space, both in eyes of university administrations and students alike. Take Penn State, where all signs point to a revision of stance on esports.

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Harrisburg University and the Whitaker Center to turn college esports into a spectator experience

December 6, 2017

Harrisburg University doubled down on collegiate esports by forging a partnership with the Whitaker Center to create a true spectator experience for fans to experience in person.

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All-Star Game Fall 2017

December 1, 2017

This is ten percent luck Twenty percent skill Fifteen percent concentrated power of will Five percent pleasure Fifty percent pain And a hundred percent reason to remember the name

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Industry Insiders: Clerkie’s Fire and Desire

November 26, 2017

Whether general managing a major organization or directing students on their paths forward, there is one common theme that Dan Clerke says all should know: he knows he's really good at this and he is just getting started.

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University of British Columbia Acknowledges Esports by Offering Two New Scholarships

November 20, 2017

One of the winningest esports schools in North America can now proudly say that they will offer scholarships for varsity players and club members. University of British Columbia will begin giving out these scholarships next year after they are finalized.