Held on May 6-7, 2023, CECC Texas operated by ECAC partner CSMG welcomes teams from multiple conferences and divisions to compete in Super Smash Brothers Ultimate, Overwatch 2, Rocket League, and VALORANT during the “May Madness” of collegiate esports. Over three days, 64 teams and close to 400 of the nation’s best esports athletes will vie for the CECC prestigious award. Catch all the action this weekend at https://www.twitch.tv/esportsu

Venue: Esports Stadium Arlington, TX

The ECAC is proud to have 15 of its Esports members join the competition in Texas:

  • Army West Point
  • Ball State University
  • Bethel University
  • Boise State University
  • Brewton-Parker
  • College of Staten Island
  • Converse University
  • Fisher College
  • Iona University
  • Mount St. Mary’s
  • Northwood University
  • Old Dominion University
  • St. John’s University
  • Stockton University
  • University of South Florida

In addition to watching the best collegiate gamers in the country, attendees will have the chance to compete in ancillary gaming tournaments, and enter raffles to win:

  • Custom Gaming PC
  • Additional Gaming Accessories
  • Dallas Stars Stanley Cup Playoff Tickets
  • Dallas Stars Jerseys
  • Prizing and Merchandise from Brand Sponsors

For more information, visit: https://collegiatesmg.com/cecc/To be a part of this amazing experience, get your tickets now at http://cecc.gg/

Photo credit: CSMG, EsportsU, McDonald’s

The ECAC (Eastern College Athletic Conference) is an eighty-year old organization with well over 200 members schools across all three NCAA Divisions – I, II and III – that exists to enhance the experience of student-athletes participating in intercollegiate athletics, and provide great value for universities and colleges, by sponsoring championships, leagues, bowl games, tournaments and other competitions throughout the Northeast.  Most of the ECAC’s members also belong to another conference, which is often the school’s primary conference.

The ECAC also hosts a comprehensive esports program that presently involves 160 schools fielding 1100 teams across 13 different esports games, streamed live four nights a week. The ECAC’s esports platform has and continues to expand the geographic footprint of the Conference nationally.

Additionally, the ECAC is becoming involved in sponsoring competitions and leagues involving other varsity and club sports that do not fall under the umbrella of the NCAA.