Are you a gamer? Show us what you’ve got.
Clarke’s University’s esports team is led by head coaches Josh Moris and Mike Dempewolf, Computer Information Systems faculty at Clarke University. Moris and Dempewolf are recruiting now for the spring 2019 competition season. Clarke will compete in the League of Legends North American League North Division.
The goal is team strategy; no one individual can solo carry a team. Competitions occur in Clarke’s Isidore Lab and may be viewed both physically and in online formats. Games will also take the shape of streamed scrimmages and matches. Participation grants are being awarded for qualifying new student admissions.
Esports is a growing phenomenon on college campuses and is one of the fastest growing varsity programs. According to Statista, current 2018 market revenue worldwide for esports is 906 million USD with viewership being 380 million people worldwide.