2020 College LoL Season Cancelled
RSAA announces 2021 College LoL Season, extends eligibility to two-year programs - registration commences November 2.
This morning, the Riot Scholastic Association of America – the governing body of College League of Legends – announced details about the upcoming 2021 College League of Legends Season.
League of Legends is the largest and most developed college esport in North America. 451 schools participated in 2020, with more than 250 offering some form of official support, ranging from practice facilities to coaches and scholarships. For the first time, the RSAA has extended season eligibility to two-year schools and full-time students pursuing two-year degrees.
“Despite the pandemic-shortened schedule, the 2020 College League of Legends Season was the biggest yet, with the most teams, players, and conferences that have ever participated,” said J.T. Vandenbree, Operations and Championships lead at the RSAA. “Heading into 2021, there’s an incredible amount of hype among players to get back on the Rift and represent their schools in the eighth College Season.”
Registration for college teams begins November 2 – with the regular season commencing January 20.
A full, detailed outline of all changes is available on the Riot Scholastic Association of America website: rsaa.riotgames.com/2021-season.