UT Austin demonstrates excellence with their ability to grow a massive community, throw the largest annual League of Legends collegiate spectacle and make history with the first-ever live collegiate national championship.
Known as Georgia Tech League of Legends, this collegiate organization has grown a massive community both in the university and around their region through collaboration with local schools, annual conventions and a home-grown national shoutcasting community.
Heartbeat is a pro that played AD carry, support and mid lane for Team MRN in the Spring Split of Season 3. Given his versatility, tournament experience and deep knowledge of the game, Heartbeat makes a great stream for players looking to step up their theory crafting and game knowledge.
Stacked with a bountiful bevy of brilliant fan creations, it's time to show off even more creative community talent. Featuring carefully composed statuary of all sorts including Amumu, Twitch, Elise and more, hit play to dive in to this sculptacular edition of the Summoner Showcase!
The UBC Esports Association calls Vancouver home and embodies the city’s friendly and welcoming culture brilliantly this year with a blend of eager leadership and a variety of engagement options for players of any skill level.
UC Irvine have built a dynasty of League of Legends Esports excellence with three consecutive national titles. The team’s true strength, though, is anchored in their secret weapon: Their school’s passionate and growing League of Legends community.
Ohio State’s League of Legends community aims to help the next generation of players succeed on the Fields of Justice and off. The Esports Initiative and BuckeyeLAN lead the charge in different ways, but the goal remains the same.