Ferris Esports is the official home for esports at Ferris. We give our students a place to compete, bond and grow.
Members can compete in a wide variety of games including: Overwatch, League of Legends,
Counter-Strike: Global Offensive, Rainbow Six: Siege, Rocket League, VALORANT, or
any other game the organization sees fit. Players will compete in registered leagues
against other collegiate teams in Michigan and across the United States.
Ferris Esports will only consider reschedules if a team requests one within 24 hours
of the matches being published.
If a team reaches out to reschedule within the timeframe stated, Ferris Esports staff
will do their best to accomodate by providing options that work for our team, staff
We hold our captains and coaches to these same policies in situations where we must
Meet Your Ferris Esports Athletes
Besides members who compete on either the Crimson or Gold teams for their respective
game, members can also be apart of the Esports Production team who help document,
create, organize, and host our weekly Twitch broadcasts showcasing the players of
the Esports club. We are always looking for members who have great communication skills
for Esports Broadcasters, written skills for Esports Communication, and organization
skills to host Esports Tournament Events such as “Michigan Bandwidth Bowl” the online
tournament against other Michigan Esports Organizations.
Ferris Esports utilizes industry applications and hardware to create the weekly Esports
programs which are streamed live to Twitch.tv/FerrisEsports. These broadcasts include skillsets of graphic design, photo editing, and video producing.
Each Esports broadcast is casted by Ferris students to provide the play by play calls
and color commentary giving the view insight on what is happening in-game. Shoutcasting
skillsets include sports communication, video production, and public speaking.
Besides the weekly league matches that are played by the teams Ferris Esports also
hosts a Collegiate Esports Tournament called the "Michigan Bandwidth Bowl" which is
an invitational tournament where other Collegiate Esports schools compete in a round
robin match schedule to earn points for their organization.
Frequently Asked Questions?
If you have a disability and require accommodation to participate in this event, contact
(Jonathon Eaton, Adviser for Ferris Esports Club) at (231)-591-2806 to request accommodations at least 72 hours in advance.
Ferris State University is an equal opportunity institution. For information on the
University’s Policy on Non-Discrimination, visit Ferris.edu Non-Discrimination.