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Intel extends partnership with NSE for third consecutive year, FutureGen programme to return for 2022

UK university esports body National Student Esports (NSE) has extended its partnership with Intel for the third year running. This means the partnership will continue for the 2021/2022 academic year, and the Intel FutureGen programme will return in 2022. This was launched in 2019 and aims to ‘nurture high achieving student leaders, help develop their skills and enhance future career prospects’. So far, 20 students have been involved in the Intel FutureGen programme – you can see the 2021 cohort here. Continue reading Intel extends partnership with NSE for third consecutive year, FutureGen programme to return for 2022

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NSE Spring 2021 Finals Roundup: Warwick crowned NSE’s UK Esports University of the Year for third year in a row

Last weekend saw the grand finals for the Spring Season of UK university league NSE (National Student Esports) play out, as top university sides from across the country went head-to-head, Jake Nordland reports. NSE’s 2020/21 season saw more than 1,700 teams from 100 universities across the UK – the highest participation in NSE’s history. £6,800 in prize money was claimed during the spring season as the UK’s best battled it out live on NSE’s Twitch channel. Continue reading NSE Spring 2021 Finals Roundup: Warwick crowned NSE’s UK Esports University of the Year for third year in a row

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Newsflash: MAD win LEC, Fnatic Valorant team changes, NFTs in esports, Endpoint academy roster, Uni of Birmingham PVP game wins dev challenge, UK Twitch streamer unbanned 2 years after false ban

Here’s our latest weekly Newsflash roundup, where we cover a host of esports and gaming news in an informal, bitesize nature for you to digest. MAD Lions win LEC Spring 2021 final in thrilling best-of-five MAD Lions defeated Rogue 3-2 in a crazy best-of-five series in the LEC Spring 2021 playoffs final this evening. Rogue were 2-0 up but MAD reverse swept them to become European League of Legends champions for the first time in their history. Continue reading Newsflash: MAD win LEC, Fnatic Valorant team changes, NFTs in esports, Endpoint academy roster, Uni of Birmingham PVP game wins dev…