Esports at Eastern Michigan University is more than just gaming - it’s building the future. When you join Esports you earn the opportunity to work hard, play a role, and win with honor. Esports teaches you to become a leader in the world of gaming. Do what you love while learning the skills you need for a successful career.
Joining an EMU Esports team means joining a whole gaming community. Train like a pro while competing against other collegiate teams, community members, and local clubs. Network with other esports professionals while building your skills and leading EMU to victory.
The first of this kind of partnership in Michigan, it will focus on connecting with current students, faculty, and alumni. The program will also include a Women in Gaming summer camp plus a high school invitational.
Aiming to recruit and engage more competitive video gamers, a dozen schools in the Mid-American Conference are creating a stand-alone esports conference to offer structured competition without the extensive rules that govern intercollegiate athletics.
Psyonix announced today that its Rocket League Championship Series league, which has spanned nine seasons to date, will change into a longer, open events-based circuit.