Electronic Gaming Federation To Launch Season Three With New Titles and Over 100 Teams
Largest Fall Season to Date; Play To Begin In Seven Games This Week: Federation Is Ahead of Scale For Five Year Growth and Implementation Goals
"Our goal with season three was to continue to bring uniformity, consistency and a continued raised quality of play to EGF events, and we see by the increased number of schools, increased games and expanded and inclusive format we can say mission accomplished,"
In addition, the organization will also begin its expansive high school program, EGFH, with 600 teams concluding with a National Championship to be played in-person at ESPN Wide World of Sports complex in June.
New schools for the fall include: Iona College, Bowling Green State University, University of Montana, University of South Alabama, and Washington State University for this fall, with over 100 schools expected to compete in EGF events this coming spring as well.
Founded in 2015, EGF is the national governing body for formalized collegiate D-I esports and high school level leagues. EGF's youth, high school and D-I collegiate leagues are inspired by the best aspects of traditional sports to create opportunities for students and schools to engage and advance. For more information or to inquire about collegiate participation, please visit http://www.EGF.gg , follow @officialEGF on Twitter, Instagram and Twitch and Facebook or contact info@EGF.gg.