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Webber Esports - A new gaming arena for intercollegiate eSports tournaments and events!

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Webber Esports - The Gamechanger

We have invested heavily in our brand new esports program, creating a dedicated esports facility with top-of-the-line equipment, including 18 gaming stations. Each has a 2080 RTX supers with 32 gigabytes of ram, 27-inch 144 Hertz monitors, 30 plus games pre-loaded, and a 1 gigabyte up/down internet connection.

The program is designed for gamers who want to compete at the highest level and we have competitive scholarships for gaming athletes that qualify. The program is perfect for gamers who want to push their gaming to the next level and want to come in and play with like-minded individuals.

“Webber International University has always excelled in incorporating effective student engagement strategies and producing learning outcomes that translate into extraordinary personal growth and amazing career opportunities,” said Dr. Charles S. Shieh, Chief Academic Officer. “Webber Esports is going to be just one more way for students to enjoy a transformational experience as future gamers through this very exciting world-wide cultural phenomenon.”

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The pop-culturization of esports

League of Legends and Overwatch are two of the most popular titles in the Esports community. Competitions are held online where teams compete against one another in scenarios of 5v5 (League of Legends) or 6v6 (Overwatch). All matches are streamed, and series typically last three to five hours.

The pop-culturization of esports

League of Legends and Overwatch are two of the most popular titles in the Esports community. Competitions are held online where teams compete against one another in scenarios of 5v5 (League of Legends) or 6v6 (Overwatch). All matches are streamed, and series typically last three to five hours.

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    Competitive online gaming has exploded over the past few years, resulting in Esports expanding into intercollegiate athletics. Over 80 colleges/universities and 1,500 student-athletes are members of NACE, and the national association has brought in $9 million in scholarships and financial aid.

    Webber’s new co-ed Esports team will compete as a member of the National Association of Collegiate Esports (NACE), a national affiliation that formed in 2016 and, as of January, 2018, serves as the governing body for over 90 percent of all varsity Esports programs in the United States.

    Competitive online gaming has exploded over the past few years with more than 200 million people watching the League of Legends World Championship in 2018, drawing even more viewers than the Super Bowl that year.

    According to Coach Jensen, the Warriors will start off by competing in League of Legends. "I am excited to build an Esports program that fosters sportsmanship and success in such a wonderful community like Webber," said Jensen.

    Kyle Jensen

    Head Esports Coach