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While we’ve celebrated the launch and growth of College – and the incredible community we’ve built together – we have made the difficult decision to pause our collegiate leagues after the Fall ‘21 season concludes.

We started college four seasons ago and quickly built the platform into the largest collegiate league with roughly 35% of all U.S. colleges competing across our titles. It’s been exciting to see the growth of our College Leagues and to connect with players, some of whom had even previously competed in PlayVS High School leagues or even went on to coach PlayVS High School teams!

We launched College with the vision to create a robust experience where schools could build programs and compete against rivals, conference schools, and non-conference schools alike.

We realize now that the best path towards accomplishing that vision is through our High School product. As a company, our focus has always been on providing the best competitive opportunity for high school students. We firmly believe that by building a strong foundation in high school, we will be able to provide the most benefits for the esports and collegiate ecosystem as a whole.

For PlayVS College, this is goodbye for now, but not forever! To everyone who has shaped this community over the past two years, thank you for four incredible seasons, great memories, and new friendships!

College Prizing

Fall ‘21 season winners across all titles will receive emails by December 20th to the Fall ‘21 season winners with details on what information we need to process the prize payment. Players can expect prizing within three weeks of filling out their forms.

Important: If you do not receive an email from us or you have questions about prizing from previous years, please use the chat bubble on the bottom right or contact support@playvs.com.

Prizing article links can be found here:

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