Beginning in the fall of 2020, Lakeland University will offer esports to its varsity athletics. Lakeland’s co-ed team will be a member of the National Association of Collegiate Esports (NACE), which serves as the governing body to more than 150 colleges and universities setting standards for eligibility and conduct for collegiate esports.
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Lakeland's team will compete in games such as:
Additional games will be added in the future based on student interest and additions made by NACE.
Lakeland University is building a state-of-the-art Esports Arena. Our 3,000-square foot arena will feature 18 gaming stations, six consoles, a lounge area and space for spectators to enjoy the action.
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Gaming PC Stations
MSI Trident X Plus 9SD 462US
Gaming PC Stations: MSI Trident X Plus 9SD 462US
Logitech Gaming Keyboard & Mouse
Mouse/Keyboard: Logitech Gaming Keyboard & Mouse
Monitor: Optix MAG24C
Custom Gaming Chairs
Respawn-200 Racing Style
Respawn-200 Racing Style Custom Gaming Chairs
Fans, recruits and alumni can interact and follow Lakeland University's Esports program on Discord. Discord is the only free and secure all-in-one voice and text chat designed for gamers.
Discord is just one way to follow the Lakeland Esports program:
Ahman Green might be best known in Wisconsin for his Hall of Fame career with the Green Bay Packers, but for eSports enthusiasts, he has also built quite a positive reputation. Green, an eSports entrepreneur and longtime player, was named the first coach of Lakeland University’s new eSports program.