Enter the arena.
Fending off a zombie apocalypse or fighting to be the last player standing in Fortnite. Overcoming intelligent robots posing a new threat to the futuristic world of Overwatch. Controlling the battlefield to eliminate your enemy’s nexus in League of Legends.
This is the world of esports. This is where your competitive side thrives.
Fuel your passion for gaming at NEC.
- State-of-the-art arena
- Sponsored by HyperX, NEU Brands, eFuse and XSplit
- 2019 ECAC Fall Champions
Why play at NEC?
A well-rounded experience Esports teaches leadership, communication, perseverance, and determination, the same skills gained from participation in other sports. And our esports program is open to all students. This gives students the opportunity to form connections in ways they might not have thought possible.
Real-world application of academic programs Esports is closely connected to Game and Digital Media Design, but it also supports academic programs that focus on art, writing, marketing, graphic or website design, science, and strategy.
NACE membership NEC is a member of the National Association of Collegiate Esports (NACE). As a member, we are committed to maintaining high standards of player conduct and eligibility. NEC’s esports program is offered as a club sport and will be regulated by NACE.
Diverse games Overwatch, League of Legends, Rocket League, CS:GO, NBA2K, Fortnite, Super Smash Bros, Apex Legends, Madden, Rainbow Six Siege , NHL, FIFA, Call of Duty: MW, Gears 5
Level up at New England College.
Josh Staley, Esports Program Director
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|THE LOADOUT||Andrew Yang discusses collegiate esports on the campaign trail|
|The New Englander|
|NECC New England Collegiate Conference||NECC Adds Esports to Sponsorship Lineup for 2020-21 Academic Year|
|nhpr-New Hampshire Public Radio||At New England College, Esports Is For Having Fun And Boosting Enrollment|
|Concord Monitor||New England College creating online gaming team as part of esports push|
|NH Business Review||New England College launches esports program, Competitive gamer Tyrelle Appleton to lead program starting in 2019|
|New Hampshire Union Leader||New England College looks to future with new e-sports league|
|The Academy of Esports||An Interview with Tyrelle Appleton (@TyBuuTV), Head Coach of New England College Esports|
|Concord Monitor||New England College unveils e-sports area|
|Concord Monitor||NEC’s esports program charges along, full of diversity, technology – and good chairs|
New England College at 3rd Annual College Esports Expo (CEX) in Boston, MA. Read more.
New England College’s Esports Club Scores HyperX Sponsorship Read more.
NEC in the News: The Concord Monitor published “NEC’s Esports Program Charges Along, Full of Diversity, Technology – and Good Chairs” Read more.
High School Gamer’s Club Visits NEC’s Esports Arena. Read more.
NEC in The News: WMUR 9 published “New England College Opens Esports Arena For Club Team” Read more and see video.
Let the Games Begin! New England College Officially Opens Esports Arena; Scholarships Available; Gaming Part of NEC Academic Programs; In Talks with ESPN for Tournament Read more.