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College Spring 2021 Season

College is back for another season, bigger than ever: Madden NFL 21, FIFA 21, Overwatch, and more! (stay tuned)

Dec 07, 2020

You heard it here first. We are bringing back your trusty favorites Fortnite and Rocket League, while introducing new titles that will be joining us for the Spring 2021 college regular season. That’s right, you’re looking at Madden NFL 21, FIFA 21, and Overwatch! Of course we had to pair this with more prizing… we’ve got over $230K in scholarships up for grabs. And the season is still 100% free. But wait, there’s more. Students can now create their own teams without a coach! Register with your school email address and you’re well on your way.

You asked and we heard you. We have more titles, more prizing, more formats, and more fun. Along with these new titles, we’re also excited to announce that for the first time ever, we will be running solos AND trios for specific esports. What does that mean? It means you can compete on a team, by yourself, or BOTH for Fortnite, FIFA, and Madden. 

Take a look below at all that’s waiting for you in Spring. Best part? You don’t have to wait any longer to secure your spot. Enrollment opens TODAY. So go on, sign up and enroll yourself or your team for the opportunity to compete against teams across the United States and Canada, with the chance to win some major money bags.

Madden NFL 21
Team Size: Trios and Solos
System: Console (PS4 or Xbox One)* 
Madden schedule

Team Size: Trios and Solos
System: Console (PS4 or Xbox One)*
FIFA schedule

Team Size: 6 players
System: PC
Overwatch schedule

Team Size: Trios and Solos
System: Console and PC
Fortnite schedule

Rocket League
Team Size: Trios
System: Console and PC
Rocket League schedule

* Title is not cross-platform; separate Xbox One & PS4 leagues will be created for trios and solos