Registration will be left open until Friday, March 27, 2020. The tournament will include junior college students from across the country competing in four 64 team brackets for a chance to qualify for the Final 64 bracket. The top 16 players from each bracket will be seeded in the final 64 championship bracket and will have a chance to be named the NJCAAE 2020 NBA2K champion.
This tournament is open to NJCAAE players and individuals who are junior college students of non-member NJCAAE schools. To register, please reach out to the NJCAAE team at email@example.com if a student is interested in participating.
NJCAAE partner, eFuse, will donate a $1,500 scholarship to the winning player and $1,000 to the runner up. eFuse is the professional hub for esports and video game players: verified gaming portfolios, social networking feeds, job placements, and scholarships. All participants are encouraged to set up an eFuse account and join their esports social media community. The third-place finisher will receive a gaming chair from Raynor Gaming. Raynor Gaming gives you next-level innovation with the most advanced gaming chairs around. NJCAAE partner iBUYPOWER will provide a N750 SSD to the fourth-place finisher rounding out the final four participates. Since 1999, iBUYPOWER has been delivering on its promise to build the best gaming systems for the most discerning gamers, iBUYPOWER is gaming, defined.
About the NJCAAE
The National Junior College Athletic Association Esports (NJCAAE), founded in 2019, is the only national esports governing body exclusively for two-year colleges. In just its second semester of competition, the NJCAAE has nearly 40 members from all regions of the United States, and anticipates surpassing 100 members as soon as next year. The NJCAAE is made up of NJCAA leadership, strategic partnerships, and member administrators.