WMU Esports teams operate at the varsity club and club level. They compete competitively with other universities' club or varsity teams in the region. The club teams are student-run and financially self-sufficient. Each team is a registered student organization and require tryouts for participation.

The WMU Esports program currently participates in the following games at the varsity club level in the Esports Collegiate League. Rocket League and Valorant compete in the fall, and League of Legends and Overwatch 2 compete in the spring semester.

  • League of Legends (Coach: Zach Westerberg)

    2023-24 Varsity Club Roster

    • Aidan "Mechie" Kiggans
    • Josiah "Jay" "Akalix" Zimmer
    • Nick "Floge" Aiuto
    • Alex "Kylon" Fitzsimmons
    • Max "Pyfitc" Lampert
    • Lal "Lal Prince" Sawnset
  • Overwatch (Coach: Evan Stimpson)

    2023-24 Varsity Club Roster

    • Tyler "Tyco" Collins
    • Zach "Arcane" Hufford
    • Jaiden "JaiDiesel" Anders
    • Jason "Vexa" Weber-Boling
    • Grant "Greamy" Reamy
    • Jacob "Jmoney" Franz
    • Max "Squamoose" Ateberry
  • Rocket League (Coach: Tavian Napier)

    2023-24 Varsity Club Roster

    • Jarod "JBar" Hubbard
    • Hayden "Tempo" Jaime
    • Donovan "Gengar" Taft
    • Alex "Skrrt" Sayeg


  • Valorant (Coach: Luke Oakes)

    2023-24 Varsity Club Roster

    • Dean "Deanak" Kauffman
    • Madison "Sin" Wabindato
    • Luke "Mus" Staniszewski
    • Shane "Kecleon" Donovan
    • Thomas "Papi" Saboe
    • Ben "Slouchy" Nelson

Other opportunities to compete involve our intramural sports program. A variety of esports games are offered through intramural sports. For current offerings, visit the WMU IMLeagues page or contact Kyle Belback