May 14th - 15th


Carry2College was once again a huge success as we saw hundreds of competitors come to compete in Call of Duty, League of Legends and Valorant. Players were eager to start competing on Saturday with group play, where we started off with a number of incredible matches across all matches. With the new format, the top 3 teams from each group of four teams would advance to Championship Sunday. As competition came to a close on Saturday, all competitors left ready to compete for the crown the following day.

Championship Sunday was absolutely incredible, with all matches being fully streamed across eight channels throughout the day. For Valorant, we saw two teams duke it out, Omni Performance and Jitterbugs. These two teams ended up playing four times throughout the weekend, with Omni Performance taking three of the matches and more importantly the bracket reset map to take the championship for Valorant POD 1. For POD 2 of Valorant, we saw Cyberpunks force a bracket reset, however, Evolution did not mess around in map 2, as they took it 13 - 1 to take the championship of POD 2. While many teams competed closely in Call of Duty, team Kid Gunners was an unstoppable force, not losing a single map the entire weekend, including the clean sweep in the Grand Finals. Lastly, League of Legends saw a Grand Finals matchup between NOVA and Shamans, where a match for the history books took place with NOVA taking the championship in the end.

Full Recap Coming Soon


colleges in attendance


recruiting messages
on the spin platform


recruiting connections facilitated


Valorant | Pod 1

Omni Performance

Valorant | Pod 2

Smile Factory

Call of Duty

Kid Gunners