The University of California, Irvine esports program will host a pilot scholarship team for “Super Smash Bros. Ultimate” during the 2019-20 academic year – thanks to a $50,000 gift from the owners of Street Media, which publishes Irvine Weekly and LA Weekly, led by CEO (and gamer) Brian Calle.
HU Xpecial: "In collegiate League of Legends, I think a coach is even more important than a coach in LCS."
With nearly a decade of experience in LoL Esports, Xpecial adds a wealth of experience and unique insights from both professional playing and coaching that bolsters an already impressive Harrisburg University esports program. Inven Global's Nick D'Orazio spoke with Xpecial about the newest chapter in his Lol Esports career and the present and future of collegiate esports.
UCI Descraton Reveals His Thoughts On High Elo Players: "I think I showed that soloq rating isn’t everything. There is much more to the game than how to play by yourself."
On the 10th of June at the NA LCS stadium, UC Irvine defeated Columbia College 3-0 and claimed the College Championships.With most people expecting a 3-1 or 3-2 score on either side, UCI came out of t
Constance Steinkuehler, Professor Of Education At UCI, Reveals Plans To Invite Korean Players And Coaches To The U.S.
Originating in South Korea, Esports was molded off the unique Korean culture and traditions. To this day, Korea is still considered the best region for Esports as a whole. When communities or programs