Student Engagement: We have 3 different e-gaming leagues! Something for everyone!
E-gaming Phone League
Who can play: Manhattan College students, faculty, staff, administrators, alumni, and family members who want to play
Here's how to play:
Download the original version of Fruit Ninja, Tetris, PacMan, Solitaire, and Sudoku for your iPhone or Android mobile device.
Log-in Tuesday and Thursday evenings during our regular Recreation hours of 7pm EST and 11pm EST.
For Fruit Ninja, Tetris, and PacMan, take a screenshot and send in your highest score to firstname.lastname@example.org 11pm EST on Tuesday and Thursday nights. A champion will be crowned based on the highest accumulated score over a two-week period.
For Solitaire and Sudoku, take a screenshot of your completed game with the completion time to email@example.com 11pm EST on Tuesday and Thursday nights. A champion will be crowned based on the fastest completion time over a two-week period.
When you send those nightly emails along with screenshots, please include in the body of the email, on your first email to us, your relationship to the College (i.e. student, faculty, administrator/staff, alumni, or family and friends). Winners will be selected in each division.
There are no limits to the number of times you can play to try and reach your highest score or fastest time. Every two weeks, the league will restart. Winners will be announced in the MC Announcements and will win Intramural Champion t-shirts for their entire household - we'll mail them to you!
Esports League: NBA 2K20, Madden 20, FIFA 20
Who can play: Manhattan College students who have a PlayStation or Xbox console
Here's how to play:
Students will be able to compete with each other in NBA 2K20, MADDEN 20, and FIFA 20 from home! Sign-ups are now available on IMLeagues.com. If you have questions or need help signing up, please email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Esports League: Super Smash Brothers and Rocket League
Who can play: Manhattan College students who are part of Super Smash Brothers and Rocket League teams.
Here's how you play:
Students play Tuesday and Wednesday nights in the EGF online league for the entire month of April. Tuesday nights are dedicated to Super Smash Brothers and Wednesday nights to Rocket League. The games are streamed live on https://www.twitch.tv/officialegf and available 10 minutes after games end. For those students interested in Esports or curious on how these games are played, check out the link once the games are in session. Game times will be announced at 3pm on every game day on the Manhattan College Recreation Twitter page @MCRecSports.