This isn't just your typical college dorm gamefest. This is the major leagues - the Collegiate StarLeague (CSL) to be exact.

The CSL, along with the CRDA and INGAME Esports, announced this morning that the 2019 North American Collegiate Grand Finals are set to be held in Atlantic City at Boardwalk Hall from April 26-28, 2019.

While over 52,000 students from colleges across the United States and Canada have registered and competed in CSL tournaments, this supreme event will feature the best of the best.

Students will compete for more than $100,000 in scholarships. Individual and team titles will be awarded across the broad spectrum of CSL collegiate leagues, including NBA2K,

Street Fighter 5, Counter-Strike: Global Offensive, League of Legends Junior Varsity League as well as invitational and showcase events for Super Smash Bros Melee & Smash Ul1mate, Apex Legends and Fortnite.

“This year’s event will be our biggest to date, with more teams, more competitors, more games and more reasons to attend. The event will also showcase a speaker series on the business of esports, a meet and greet with key esports and sports celebrity personalities, as well as a festival with music, food and incredible entertainment”, said Wim Stocks, CEO & General Manager, Collegiate Starleague and WorldGaming Network.

Weekend passes and individual day tickets to the 2019 North American Collegiate Grand Finals are available as of today at CStarleague.com on a limited basis.

Those who are interested can join the conversation online by following Collegiate StarLeague on Facebook, Twitter or Instagram.

Featured partners and sponsors for the 2019 CSL Grand Finals include: Twitch Student,

GameStop, Jostens, Capcom, 2K Sports, Ingame Esports and CRDA.

 

Source: CSL Press Release 3/27/19