On August 11th, Cxmmunity and Twitch unveiled plans to launch a second season of the HBCU Esports League. The league will hold events featuring 25 historically black colleges and universities (HBCUs) competing in titles like Madden and NBA 2K.
“We’re incredibly proud to bring the HBCU Esports League back for its second season with the support of Twitch, Verizon, and Discover,” said Ryan Johnson, co-founder and executive director for Cxmmunity. “This will continue building competition and galvanizing the community across our partner colleges and universities.”
The second season of the HBCU Esports League began on August 18th. Events will be held on a weekly basis until April 6th, 2022.
The HBCU Esports League was founded in 2020. The organization aims to provide students with access to educational tools and scholarship support opportunities.
(All information was provided by PR Newswire)