Collegiate Esports Players Competing for Over $100,000 in Scholarships at 2018 Grand Finals
Los Angeles CA: April 19, 2018 – The Collegiate StarLeague (CSL) is excited to announce the top teams competing at the 2018 North American Grand Finals on April 28-29. The two day tournament will take place at Ultimate Media Ventures in Huntington Beach, California and will feature top collegiate esports players from across North America competing for more than $100,000 in scholarships.
The finalists include teams from:
- Dota 2 : McMaster University, Rochester Institute of Technology, UC Davis and Stony Brook University
- Counter-Strike: Global Offensive : Virginia Commonwealth University, Robert Morris University, CUNY Baruch and UCLA
- League of Legends: Simon Fraser University, University of British Columbia, Robert Morris University and University of Illinois Urbana Champaign
The event features a first-of-its-kind collegiate Fortnite tournament, an Overwatch invitational, Vainglory invitation, open beta access to Quake Champions and Super Smash Bros for Wii U and Melee West Divisionals. Guests can also experience a speaker series, meet and greet and a collegiate gaming festival with music, food and entertainment.
Twitch, through the Twitch Student program, will be the exclusive streaming and distribution partner for the Grand Finals.
For more information, or to follow the live action, see www.cstarleague.com .
About The Collegiate StarLeague
Collegiate StarLeague, a division of WorldGaming, is the world’s largest collegiate gaming league. Since 2009, it has awarded over $400,000 in scholarship money to student gamers from around the world. It has over 38,000 registered players across 1,500 registered schools. For more information, visit www.cstarleague.com