New England Tech’s Esports Team competes in NECC (National Esports Collegiate Conference) and ECAC (Eastern College Athletic Conference). Building strong teams in the most popular collegiate game titles and competing with the best across the nation remains at the forefront of our mission. Being part of NECC (National Esports Collegiate Conference), and CCL (College Call of Duty League) will allow players the opportunity to compete at the highest levels in their game.
NEIT’s Tech Tigers practice and compete in the Esports Center at our main campus located in East Greenwich, Rhode Island.
In addition to a strong varsity program, New England Tech also offers robust esports club and recreation programs.
Do You Have What It Takes To Compete?
We field teams in the biggest game titles including League of Legends and Rocket League – gauged by student interest and talent. Tryouts are open to all New England Tech students.
Our Esports Center
Level up your game like never before in our innovative Esports Center. Open daily for free play, weekly leagues, and tournaments, the facility has some of the most advanced gaming technologies and most popular games on the market, with plenty of competition to sharpen your skills.
Make friends that last a lifetime, enjoy social events, and learn about the Esports industry. Not only does esports provide an entry point to an in-demand field, but it also gives every student the chance to play and advance their skills.
Games & PCs
Stocked with the most popular esports titles on the market, our machines are all The machines in the room are MSI Infinite X Plus with i9-9900k processors, operating at a speed of 3.6 GHz, and have 32GB of memory. The pc video boards are MSI GeForce RTX 2080 TI MSI a world-leading esports brand.
Additionally, the PC video boards are INVIDIA GeForce RTX2080 Ti, one of the most powerful in the industry.
Monitors are specifically designed for esports, running at a 144Hz refresh rate that is needed to support and refresh your game.