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    CSJ announces launch of eSports program

    CSJ will be the only college in New England to offer eSports as a varsity sport. “The College has really encouraged the development of an athletic culture over the past few years,” said Jeff Brown, senior vice president of college affairs and athletic director. “The addition of an eSports program promotes a holistic approach to collegiate athletics, while attracting…

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    News, Press Releases | | NAC eSports Staff

    NACE Invitational Moves into Semifinals

    KANSAS CITY, Mo. (April 19, 2017) – The National Association of Collegiate eSports (NACE) inaugural national invitational moves into its semifinals on Thursday, April 20th starting at 5pm CDT.  The teams moving into the semis with records of 3-0 are Maryville University of St. Louis, Robert Morris University of Chicago, Miami University (Ohio), and Columbia College (Missouri). The Inaugural NACE…

  • News | | NAC eSports Staff

    All-women's Stephens College breaks ground with varsity esports program

    An all-women's college became a pioneering institution in esports Thursday. Stephens College in Columbia, Missouri, will be the first women's college to sponsor a varsity esports program. The Stars will field an Overwatch team starting in Fall 2017...

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