Esports Tournament

April 21, 2020

Office of Public Information
Crowder College

For Immediate Release

Neosho, MO – Crowder College will host its first Esports tournament May 1-3 at 6pm. The tournament will feature one-on-one competitions with the semi-finals and finals to be live streamed on May 3.

The game will be Super Smash Brothers Ultimate on Nintendo Switch which requires online membership as well as online access. Registration is free and open to anyone, but those under 13 need an adult to assist with registration. To register go to Limited space is available thought this would be a way to make people aware of the event and provide an activity for those at home.

Prizes will be awarded to the top two finishers with the winner earning free tuition for 3 credit hours and runner-up earning Crowder Bookstore gift card.

Esports was added to the Crowder’s NJCAA programs this year. Esports is new to the college and provides an opportunity for students to compete with other colleges across the country.


Last Updated on April 21, 2020 by Cindy