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NCAA Board To Discuss Their Role In Esports This October

In a report on Rocket League's new collegiate league, we wondered if the NCAA would consider an official collegiate esports union of their own. As reported by ESPN, it appears the conversation has at least started. "The majority of varsity programs have been built intentionally to stay separate of the NCAA's oversight, mostly due to the restrictions of operating under the NCAA's bylaws," says Michael Brooks, the Executive Director of the National Associate of Collegiate Esports, in a statement to ESPN.
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