Canada’s first varsity esports program will soon have a new home in a state-of-the-art facility at St. Clair College as part of a $23 million project.
St. Clair College recently unveiled its state-of-the-art esports facility, "Nexus," during the official grand opening of the renovated and newly named Don France Student Commons.
The Saints Call of Duty team is heading to Columbus, Ohio to take part in the College Call of Duty League’s (CCL) first-ever in-person National Championship event.
Shaun Byrne, St. Clair College’s Esports Director, has been named National Esports Director of the Year by the national organization of professionals in the field.
The St. Clair Saints Fortnite team finished 15th overall in the $100k North American Collegiate esports playoffs over the weekend.
The team, headed by coach Nicolas Ciri, entered the playoffs as the 25th seed.
Saints Rocket League pulled out all the stops as they battled through the best of the best to claim a Top 4 finish in the College Rocket League (CRL) World Championship.
The future of the St. Clair Saints Varsity Esports team is bright, with athletes boasting a big win percentage and a high GPA while pushing their recruiting, marketing, and broadcasts to new heights.
St. Clair College drives visibility, growth and student success with Canada’s first varsity and academic Esports programs
The esports industry generates nearly $1 billion in revenue each year — and while increasing numbers of North American schools have varsity esports teams, few offer academic esports diplomas.
St. Clair College in Ontario was the first in Canada to offer both programs.
St. Clair College's Rocket League team is going International as they'll be heading to Birmingham, England to represent Canada in the first-ever Commonwealth Esports Championships (CEC) as part of the 2022 Commonwealth Games this August.