DANBURY, CT – ECAC Esports proudly welcomes The United States Military Academy to the fold for the 2022-23 esports season and beyond, as the ranks of ECAC Esports now approaches 150 colleges and universities coast to coast, with more than 800 participating teams and 4,000 competitors.
West Point Esports is the United States Military Academy’s premier collegiate competitive Esports program. Its mission is to enhance the Cadet experience through interactions with competitive gaming and to strengthen the development of the winning spirit, fight for excellence, to accomplish the mission and win. Army West Point Esports is a Cadet led competitive program that offers experiences in small unit team management, communications, strategy, critical thinking, building resilience and the demonstration of a strong winning spirit.
“We are thrilled to welcome Army to ECAC Esports,” said ECAC Commissioner Dan Coonan. “It is so fitting since they have been a stalwart member of the ECAC for traditional sports for several decades. We look forward to their participation and leadership in ECAC Esports now as well.” Director of Army West Point Esports, Victor Castro added, “Cadet players are looking forward to competing in the ECAC, for the past several seasons they have made great connections and lifelong friendships found in collegiate Esports competition and this conference will be a great place to continue to make great memories.”
AWPE competes in the following games with each game offering two main teams Black (Varsity) and Gold (Junior Varsity). :
- League of Legends
- Rocket League
- Rainbow 6 Siege
- Call of Duty
- Halo (in development)
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