Varsity eSports at Boise State
- LoL National Title Run
The Broncos were 10 and 1 in the regular season and qualified for the round of 16 within striking distance of a live National Championship invite.
- MWC Overwatch Season
The Mountain West Conference is hosting an official, conference OW tournament for its member schools, the first in the Nation.
- eSports at Boise State University
The Department of Educational Technology is home to Varsity eSports, competitive intercollegiate videogame teams in League of Legends, Overwatch, Heroes of the Storm, Rocket League, and Hearthstone.
- Rocket League Wins Mountain West Spring Classic
Miles Herget, Matt Ness, and Oscar Filson beat 8 other Mountain West teams to claim to top title in the conference for the second year in a row.
- MWC Championships Sizzle Reel
Watch the Sizzle reel from the first collegiate esports conference championships………………………………………………………....... It's fabulous!
- ESPN: Boise State’s Borland shines under bright lights
The Broncos' captain is one of the few women in the world -- yes, the world -- with a leading role on an esports team. And yes, she earned it. READ the article about Maggie from ESPN
Boise State hosts competitive videogame teams, as known as eSports, as an officially sanctioned varsity activity for undergraduate and graduate students. Teams are recruited and selected from current students who have part or full-time status at Boise State University. They compete in intercollegiate play as part of the National Association of Collegiate Esports (NACE).
Teams compete in the NACE regular season against member schools and selected tournaments from TESPA, uLOL, Collegiate Star League (CSL), and other organizations as part of the intercollegiate play. With more than 50 schools, Boise State competes nationally against schools like Utah, UC Irvine, Arizona State, Miami, and others including current and passed Collegiate League of Legends National Champions Maryville University and Robert Morris University.
Games selected for the inaugural eSports season include League of Legends, Overwatch, Hearthstone, and Rocket League. Other games will be added. When possible, Boise State eSports will host multiple teams in each game in a tiered system to allow for development, coaching, and advancement. When a tournament permits, multiple teams may participate. This is unique to eSports and creates the opportunity to build skills and expertise.
The Esports program is located in the Education Building is hosted by the Department of Educational Technology with directors Dr. Chris Haskell and Dr. Brett Shelton supported by faculty advisors and student leaders for each of the different games. Part of the Esports program is the new Esports Arena located in DownTown Boise at the Venture College space on the corner of Front and Capital.
Boise State eSports is also be seeking talents around eSports including casters, strategists, and creatives who love the eSports world. This includes graphic artist, video creatives, writers, social media experts, and more.
If you’re interested in being a player, or would like more information, contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
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Apr 19 2019
The Mountain West conference is actively embraced esports, with the desire to be the home
Apr 15 2019
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Apr 08 2019
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Apr 04 2019
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Feb 19 2019
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