On Sep. 28, Overwatch Competitive Director Matt Smoot will join the elite ranks of Neil Armstrong, Felix Baumgartner and Elon Musk by voyaging over 200,000 light-years through space. His heaven-piercing vehicle: the video game Elite Dangerous.Read More
Frausto is working with UTA Esports to create different fitness programs. He’s developing community programs for losing weight, gaining muscle and any other goal a student may have. He’s also working with varsity esports director Drew Boehm to create an exercise template for competitive teams which should be implemented next semester.Read More
Dukes’s interest in esports began cultivating in middle school, as he got his first taste of competitive gaming through Team Fortress 2. He began competing and practicing with friends, but stopped because his high school had no gaming infrastructure. Then, he found UTA.Read More
For the last eight hours, you’ve been living the game of your choice. Rubbing shoulders with world-class pros, it’s finally time to face one. Now it’s the last game, two-to-two. The hopes of all your friends watching in the crowd and those following at home are riding on this final battle. You’re in the hot seat.Read More
On Friday’s, Maverick Mayhem returned to once again foster friendly competition and cater to one of gaming’s earliest communities: the fighting game community. The free event peaked at 50 attendees and featured Super Smash Bros. Melee, Super Smash Bros. 4 and Rivals of Aether buy-in tournaments.Read More
From the ashes, partnering with UT Arlington Esports, Team Blaze rises to field another champion: accounting graduate student Devan “Hawk” Subramaniam.
This Saturday, Subramaniam will compete for his share of $20,000 against top players from the Western Hemisphere…