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NSU Esports

Students play a first-person shooter game at desktop PCs in the NSU Esports Venue.
A masked female student sits typing at her laptop in the NSU Esports Venue.
Two male students play Mario Kart.
In the NSU Esports Venue, some students game at desktop PCs while others relax and chat with each other on the lounge furniture.
Masked students sit in a purple-lit computer lab engaging in a gaming competition.
Esports 2022-02-22T10:44:45+00:00

Northwestern State
Demons Esports

Varsity Club Sport & Venue

Empty NSU Esports venue with couches and chairs in the foreground and PCs in the background. A mural is on the left wall.Northwestern State University Wellness & Recreation is home to one of the largest and newest Esports Venues in Louisiana.

Opening January 2021, the venue offers nearly 7000 sq ft of exclusive gaming experience. Located in the heart of NSU’s campus, bottom floor of the Friedman Student Union, the venue was designed for both the competitive and recreational gamer.

Free to current students and with a multitude of gaming options, all gamers can find their home and place with NSU Esports.

An Inside Look at NSU Esports

Interested in playing against other students? The NSU Esports Club Team provides students the opportunity to showcase their skills in various games, like League of Legends and Rocket League, on casual and competitive level. NSU Esports Club Team currently offers 10+ games for students to enjoy and that number is growing every day.  The NSU Esports Club Team is always open to adding games, so if you want to see about adding a game to the NSU Esports Club Team competitive library, please reach out to the CAssociate Director of Competitive Sports, Jason Stelly, at stellyj@nsula.edu.

Interested in esports but not a gamer? The NSU Esports Club Team offers avenues for students to become casters, journalists, and even content creators. For more information on how you can be a part of this, please reach out to the Associate Director of Competitive Sports, Jason Stelly, at stellyj@nsula.edu.

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Teams

Jackson W. “Valor”
Cody R. “t3mplar”
Matt C. “Juice”
T.J. Foshee “xXPlanedropXx”
Drew Z. “Willknifeman”
Coach: Lucas E. “Walruss”
Diego A. “Idylliic”
Jesse P. “HeyItsOne”
Jonah M. “Jok908”
Juan C. “Sebbas13”
Jake P. “NotJakeFSF”
Caleb S. “Souljaboy59”
Tyler F. “Gamepadgeek”
Alejandro C. “TSM Wosito”
Seth M. “loyal”
Carlie R. “bunni”
Colton B. “PredaKingGam”
Henry C. “WETPUDDLE”
Jesse P. “One”
Jonah M. “Jok908”
Zach R. “Alpha”
Andre A. “Ibeezandre”
Nathaniel R. “Hollow042”
Ethan K. “TofuBlitz”
John L. “KytiLotus”
Michael B. “Gloire_de_dieu”
Olamilekan S. “lyvesauce”
Evan E. “aceslupt”
Jackson W. “Valor”
Matthew G. “MrGamble01”
Patrick M. “twobuh”
Jacob B. “snipessssss”
Joseph T. “w0wzerz”
George P. “lXXlRoguelXXl”
Tyler T. “Deeri”
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Schedule

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News

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