In a report on Rocket League's new collegiate league, we wondered if the NCAA would consider an official collegiate
"The majority of varsity programs have been built intentionally to stay separate of the NCAA's oversight, mostly due to the restrictions of operating under the NCAA's bylaws," says Michael Brooks, the Executive Director of the National Associate of Collegiate Esports, in a statement to ESPN. "Unless there are some pretty dramatic exceptions being considered specifically for
The article shares the NCAA board of governors will be meeting in October and that the
With universities already dipping a toe into the cool esport waters, hopefully, the governors will come away with a plan to dive fully into the deep end and get things started on a true NCAA esport infrastructure. Though the NCAA has strayed far away from any video game licensing (RIP NCAA Football games), maybe they'll be willing get more involved with
Charles Singletary posted a new article, NCAA Board To Discuss Their Role In Esports This October
while the NCAA can make $ and shaft the players, why not?
they discovered a bunch of students were making money on Twitch and swiftly moved to collect it for themselves