BUFFALO, N.Y. — This fall nearly 50 different SUNY schools across the state took part of this year's e-sports season.
SUNY said a record number of students also took part, with the total being a little under 2,100. That's compared to the 636 students who were enrolled last year.
Some of those schools taking part are Buffalo State College, Erie Community College, Fredonia, and the University at Buffalo.
At Albany's e-sports arena, a tournament recently began.
SUNY has partnered with LeagueSpot, which is a tournament engine that offers campus teams an opportunity to access competition rankings and communicate better across SUNY schools.
You can watch live competitions on SUNY's Twitch page.