Canada’s first varsity esports program will soon have a new home in a state-of-the-art facility at St. Clair College as part of a $23 million project.
St. Clair College was pleased to host a visit from The Minister of Colleges and Universities Jill Dunlop.
Minster Dunlop toured the new Zekelman School of Information Technology tower which opened after her last visit.
St. Clair College recently unveiled its state-of-the-art esports facility, "Nexus," during the official grand opening of the renovated and newly named Don France Student Commons.
The Saints Call of Duty team is heading to Columbus, Ohio to take part in the College Call of Duty League’s (CCL) first-ever in-person National Championship event.
Shaun Byrne, St. Clair College’s Esports Director, has been named National Esports Director of the Year by the national organization of professionals in the field.
The St. Clair Saints esports program took home three championships as part of the inaugural Canadian Esports Nationals.
President Dr. Patti France awarded St. Clair College's Esports team their National Championship rings in the President's boardroom. The rings celebrated the victories of the Saints Overwatch, Call of Duty and Rocket League teams in the 2022 Canadian Esports Nationals and the iRacing team's North American Championship victory in the Collegiate iRacing League.
St. Clair College wins 13 awards as voted on by over 250 NACE member institutions
St. Clair College cleaned up at the annual National Association of Collegiate Esports (NACE) Awards this past week in Indianapolis, picking up 13 awards including being named Program of the Year.
The Saints iRacing team have claimed the Collegiate iRacing League (CiL): Premier Cup Series Championship.
The championship was decided in the final race of the NASCAR Oval Racing season at Michigan International Speedway. The Saints entered the race in 2nd place for overall team points after six races.