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Competitive video gaming is taking the world by storm and growing rapidly in popularity and support. Esports is the collective organization of gamers from across the globe coming together to compete in different leagues and teams; facing off in big-name titles such as League of Legends, Counter-Strike, Fortnite, and Overwatch to name a few. Transforming the casual gamer into a competitive athlete; competing across a spectrum of local, state, and national tournaments. Earning rewards from championship prize pools and landing brand endorsements, Esports competitors continue to rise and become an international phenomenon.
The UCF Esports Program aims to create a diverse and inclusive community of individuals. Competing in local, statewide, and nationwide Esport Tournaments while fostering growth, engagement, and development in solo and team-based scenarios in an encouraging, friendly, and competitive environment.
COUNTER STRIKE | DOTA 2 | FORTNITE | LEAGUE OF LEGENDS | OVERWATCH |PUBG| RAINBOW 6 SIEGE | ROCKET LEAGUE
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News & Announcements
Knights Win Rocket League National Title at the Inaugural NIRSA Esports Championships!
Students from UCF's Recreation and Wellness Center's renowned Sport Clubs Programs won a team title and an individual national runner-up
Scott Mauro ’94 and ’19 | Guilherme Hiray Leal ’22
(Orlando, FL) – In a year where competition has looked a lot different Esports club at UCF continues to shine nationwide. The Esports Club at UCF won its second National Title in less than a year after winning the team Rocket League tournament at first-ever NIRSA Esports Championships. The Knights competed against the best of the best from 45 universities. Another Esports Club memb
ESPORTS CLUB AT UCF WINS SECOND TITLE IN A WEEK
Club shows that, even in the most difficult times, there are things to bring happiness
Author: Guilherme Hiray Leal
The Esports Club at UCF defeated the University of North Texas at the TikTok Rocket League Cup on Wednesday, bringing another title to the Knights.
“The moment definitely gave a feeling of relief,” said Sean Feeney, a senior computer science major in the College o