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Streaming

Streaming

Upload and download speeds: For one computer to stream in 1080p upload speeds of 3.5-5mbps are needed. Most college’s in 2019 have upload speeds of at least 50 mbps so this shouldn’t be an issue. Check our internet requirements page for more detail. Computer specs: You’ll want to be streaming on a desktop built specificallyRead more about Streaming[…]

College eSports Sites Broken Down

College eSports Sites Broken Down

There are four major websites competing to host the best college esports tournaments- CSL (Collegiate Star League) AVGL (American Video Game League) Tespa NACE (National Association of Collegiate Esports) CSL (Collegiate Star League) “The Home of the Best College Esports” “Collegiate Starleague is the world’s first collegiate gaming organization. We have been hosting collegiate competitionsRead more about College eSports Sites Broken Down[…]

Keyboards

Keyboards

If you’re going to provide any peripherals for your varsity esports program, keyboards are the number one option we recommend. Keyboards are more difficult for players to bring to and from school, are durable compared to mice and headsets, and its less important they be fitted to any one individual. If you’re going to beyRead more about Keyboards[…]

Headsets

Headsets

What do you need in a headset? Here are the main things to consider when comparing headsets and figuring out which to buy for your varsity team. Universality (able to fit all comfortably)- Everyone has a different sized head. Different headsets are going to be more comfortable with different people. There are also headsets thatRead more about Headsets[…]

Mouse Pads

Mouse Pads

Its true that mouse pads are less needed than they once were. This is because old mice used a hard rubber ball at the bottom that would move as the mouse moved. This caused small wheels inside the mouse to turn and send signals to the computer for how far the mouse moved. The mouseRead more about Mouse Pads[…]

Mice

Mice

What computer mouse should I buy for my esports team? First off, mice are peripherals and as such not necessary for a varsity program to provide. Most gamers have their own gaming mice. Mice are easy for players to bring in their backpack to the school and as such are 4th out of 5th onRead more about Mice[…]

Rocket League

Rocket League

April-2019 Quick Summary for Varsity Gaming- Rocket League is basically soccer with rocket-powered cars. Rocket League was released in July 2015 by Psyonix. Rocket League has two competing teams from 1 to 4 players. Using their vehicles they need to hit the ball into the opponent’s goal to score points. Whichever team has more pointsRead more about Rocket League[…]