The spring semester is coming to a close, as final exams wrap up this week, which means our fifth year here at Butler Esports is nearly over! Check out all of the things our teams were able to accomplish below.
We’re coming to the end of another successful semester for Butler University’s esports programs – read all about what we were able to do this fall as we look ahead to the spring!
The Round Robin weekend of this year’s Battle for Indiana was last week, and the Tournament Weekend starts tonight! Here’s what to expect.
For the second time in school history, Butler Esports is headed to a live competition!
This year has been a weird one for everyone – in the world of collegiate esports, though, we were lucky enough, in some ways, to continue and even grow! What were we able to accomplish this semester?
It’s been just over a week since our last playoff update, but in collegiate esports time that might as well be forever! We have more updates for you here – both Rainbow Six and Hearthstone teams have playoffs action in the coming weeks.
The sun is shining, flowers are blooming, and collegiate esports playoff season is here! In the next week, both Call of Duty and Rainbow Six teams will begin playoffs for their respective leagues.
Butler Esports will be holding this year’s Extra Life 24-hour charity stream event next weekend! The stream will start on Friday, April 2, at 5pm, and last until 5pm on Saturday, April 3. As always, we will be fundraising for Extra Life, a partner of Children’s Miracle Network hospitals (like Riley Hospital in Indianapolis), by collecting donations during and before the stream!
First-year computer science major Ethan “BigChi” Meadows was recognized this week by the New England Collegiate Conference (NECC) esports league as Rainbow Six “Player of the Week.” Read More