For Honor and Digital Glory.

The Dragons are Cogswell's collegiate eSports team offering athletic scholarships and a thriving home to the competitive gaming community.

With a top game design program and a dynamic community of gamers, Cogswell is the natural place for eSports to explode. As Tespa chapter members, we recruit skilled gamers for competing in national and local tournaments. We offer scholarships up to $4,000 to qualified players for both Overwatch, and League of LegendseSports is a way for students to not only compete, but build skills and access opportunities to learn concepts in marketing, production, coaching, student management and game design & development. Plus, it's a lot of fun!

The mission of the organization is to bring awareness to eSports by creating and promoting a close community focused on competing at the highest levels of collegiate eSports while achieving academic excellence.

"Rankings Aren't Everything."
- Said no gamer ever.


Did you know that since 2016, The Princeton Review has included Cogswell on its annual ranking list for the best undergraduate programs for students to study—and launch a career in—game design.

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Cogswell Polytechnical College is located in the largest job market for the gaming industry. Companies with a strong presence in and around Silicon Valley include:

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The eSports organization also provides support to our student eSports club, one of the largest on campus.

The eSports student club gathers and develops a steady pool of student gaming enthusiasts who compete for the opportunity to be a part of Cogswell’s collegiate eSports teams. We host friendly events, play-tests and provide game-related education. 

Our ultimate goal is to bring honor and digital glory to our beloved school and share our accomplishments with the entire Cogswell and eSports community

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