Esports teams wrap up first year

The UTD esports program is wrapping up its inaugural year and ramping up fall recruitment with a new “Super Smash Bros.” team and...

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New esports team wins at regional competition

UTD Esports announced their spring roster for the new “Super Smash Bros. Ultimate” team at the end of February via Twitter. The new...


Esports teams lose out at Midwest tournament

For the first “League of Legends” tournament this year, UTD’s “League of Legends” A and B teams advanced to quarterfinals in the Wichita...

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Female video gamers join male-dominated industry

Lindsay Caudill, a marketing sophomore, has been an avid gamer since the age of six. Now, she serves as an analyst for both...


Esports team reaches quarterfinals

The UTD “Overwatch” team kicked off its season by advancing to the quarterfinals of a local tournament. The new convention, OP Live Dallas,...


Esports teams prepare for season

With the team rosters filled, the esports program has begun practice and preparations for the rest of the season. A total of 25...


Esports team introduces dedicated coach

The UTD esports program hired its first-ever esports coach and is currently recruiting students to join the esports team in the next few...


Dallas becomes hub for esports

Michael Sherman was already playing Riot Games’ “League of Legends” before he went to UTD in 2009. Though he said he didn’t consider...


Varsity esports coming to UTD

UTD Director of Intercollegiate Athletics Bill Petitt announced the addition of esports as the university’s 14th varsity sport. The newest addition to the...


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