Florida Southern offers innovative esports teams for both competitive and community players. Led by a passionate team of students and staff, collegiate competition will never be the same!
While competition is important, the heart of esports at FSC is our community.
We love to share gaming experiences through In-house tournaments, Watch parties, and other awesome events!
Our Division 1 mixed esports team competes in the National Association of Collegiate Esports, Tespa, Collegiate Rocket League, and College League of Legends. We have four varsity-level and two club-level teams. #LetsGoMocs
Florida Southern College is the first school in Florida to join the National Association of Collegiate Esports (NACE), a newly formed governing body for the emerging world of competitive college video gaming.
While students compete and have fun gaming with friends in the arena, they also get to learn and grow through creative opportunities and events involving broadcasting, coaching, and the gaming industry.
Snake Pit arena features 30 state-of-the-art gaming stations.
Elliott Hayes has coached Overwatch professionally since the game’s release in 2016.
Nate Carson knows all the stereotypes about video gamers, and can rattle them off witho...
Go head to head with our rivals. #LetsGoMocs
The Florida Southern community is welcome to utilize the Esports Arena when not in use for special events or team practices.
Monday through Saturday, 10:00 AM to 1:00 AM
Sunday, 3:00 PM to 1:00 AM
Need help scheduling your visit? Have questions about planning a trip to Florida Southern?
Our team will be asking a series of basic screening questions upon arrival. If you are feeling unwell, or if you have been potentially exposed to COVID-19, we will politely ask that you reschedule your visit. It will be helpful to consider these questions and self-monitor before your visit so as to avoid having to cancel once already on campus.
We respectfully ask that each visitor follow college policies on COVID-19. Masks are not required when outdoors on campus grounds for visitors to campus or vaccinated visitors indoors. The College asks that visitors who are not vaccinated wear masks when inside buildings.
Restrooms and water will be available to our guests.