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NOW HIRING: Graphic Designer

August 13, 2020

CSL is looking for a new Graphic Designer to help support our Marketing team. If you have experience in graphic design and a passion for games, check out the job description.

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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.


Starcraft Spring and Playoffs Info

December 18, 2017

As Fall standings for Starcraft were finalized, the new Spring groups are launched; read on for an overview of what to expect during Spring and Playoffs.


UC San Diego: A Legacy Rekindled

December 18, 2017

This year, sprinkled in between the recaps and the rankings, we’ve focused on some of the teams who embody the values of Collegiate StarCraft. This week, I got the chance to talk to the University of California, San Diego StarCraft team.


StarCraft II Power Ranking Fall Finale Edition

December 10, 2017

The first group stage has come to an end! If you aren’t already aware, the first group stage determines seeding for the second group stage and the second group stage determines who makes it into the single-elimination playoff bracket.


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.


StarCraft Week 7 Recap: Battlecruisers Redux

December 4, 2017

We’ve had the chance to see two broadcasted series. In the first group stage, we saw University of Connecticut face off against Rochester Institute of Technology. We were also fortunate enough to see Simon Fraser University and Michigan State University play a make-up series.


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


Simon Fraser University: A Bastion of Passion

November 27, 2017

How do StarCraft communities prosper? This week, I spoke with several members of the CSL StarCraft team at Simon Fraser University about how they’ve managed to build such a strong community.


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.


Harrisburg University Wants to Help Transform a City with Esports

November 20, 2017

The university that has been a central figure in Pennsylvania's beleaguered capital's economic and cultural resurgence is looking to give that process a further boost through competitive gaming. Just what kind of impact can gamers have in their larger communities?