Esports

  • Company Intros Recreational Esports Leagues

    GGLeagues said it would launch its first season of 2021 on Jan. 16.

  • Level Next esports

    New College Esports League Launches; Contest Opens with Madden NFL

    Learfield IMG College and game producer Electronic Arts have announced a new college esports league. "Level Next," as the new league is called, will serve as the home of EA's college esports contests.

  • New Education Esports League Launching in California

    Two education organizations are teaming up to launch an esports league and tournament in California. California League of Schools, which provides professional development to teachers and administrators, is working with Mastery Coding, which develops computer science courses, to launch the California League of Esports.

  • Kahoot Zapp Adds Zoom Integration

    Kahoot to Add Zoom Integration

    Learning quiz program company Kahoot! has announced an integration with Zoom, allowing users to access, host and play Kahoot games directly in Zoom meetings.

  • Kahoot Zapp Adds Zoom Integration

    Kahoot Zapp Adds Zoom Integration

    Learning quiz program company Kahoot! has announced a new version of its application specifically for Zoom, allowing users to access, host and play Kahoot games directly in Zoom meetings.

  • St Marys University Amps Up Network for Esports Arena

    St. Mary's University in Texas has partnered with Spectrum Enterprise to establish the institution's new Spectrum Esports Arena and power it with a dedicated Fiber Internet Access circuit.

  • Minecraft Rube Goldberg Contest Open Now

    Minecraft Rube Goldberg Contest Open Now

    The North America Scholastic Esports Federation is hosting the first NASEF 2021 Digital Rube Goldberg Machine Minecraft Contest. Throughout this fall, teams of students will compete by imagining, designing and building machines using the block-oriented game; then, during the second half of the academic year in 2021, there will be a finals challenge when students will string together a series of designs to create a zany chain-reaction Rube Goldberg Machine.

  • SUNY Opens Esports Play Systemwide

    The State University of New York is working with Extreme Networks to launch a systemwide esports league. The goal: to promote "safe competition, connection and camaraderie" among students at SUNY's 64 campuses, while they're being encouraged to physically distance from each other.

  • Esports League Announces Fall Games for Middle Schools, High Schools

    An esports league company has announced the kickoff of its fall tournament season. Generation Esports hosts competitions for middle school and high school.

  • Jewish Youth Esports Group Turns to HSEL's GenE for Community Support

    Two organizations are joining together to promote diversity in esports. Generation Esports and Lost Tribe Esports are hosting multiple esports tournaments, including one for girls only that just took place.

  • Oakland Esports

    Oakland U Launches Varsity Esports Program

    Michigan's Oakland University is starting up a Division I varsity esports program this fall. The inaugural teams will compete in League of Legends, Super Smash Bros. and Rocket League.

  • Esports League HSEL Extends Reach to High Schools in AU and NZ

    An esports league company is spreading its high school footprint outside of North America. Generation Esports (GenE) has taken its High School Esports League (HSEL) to Australia and New Zealand.