College gaming network Tespa unveiled its plans for the new school year, revealing new competitive leagues, membership benefits and chapter programs for students and leaders across the US and Canada.
The company announced fall programs for Overwatch, Hearthstone, Heroes of the Storm and StarCraft II, with Fall programs designed to allow teams to play at a more casual pace playing weekly matches against similarly ranked teams.
This year’s Fall Tespa programs will include:
- Overwatch Collegiate Championship: Preseason – multiple teams per school, earn ranking for spring season (more info on spring season to follow)
- Hearthstone Collegiate Championship – team-based format with three players per team
- Tespa Collegiate Series: Heroes of the Storm Preseason – ladder system with weekly and seasonal rewards
- StarCraft II Collegiate 1v1 & Team Brawl – for both solo players and teams of three
Meanwhile, Tespa has also opened up registration for the Hearthstone Varsity Division, which will be returning this spring. The division, specifically for schools with designated esports as a club sport or varsity team, will run for seven weeks in geographically clustered round robin groups.