BELLEVUE, Neb. -- The Bellevue University eSports program completed its first week with three competitive teams following the debut of the Hearthstone team in the Tespa Regional League.
Hearthstone: 0-1 overall
Bellevue's Hearthstone team made its competitive collegiate debut on Tuesday evening. They started strong by taking the first game in the best-of-five match but, ultimately, fell to Missouri Valley College, 3-2.
League of Legends: 2-3 overall
Playing their fifth RIOT CLoL match of the season, Bellevue was bested by Adrian College by a 2-0 score. Adrian improved to 3-2 while BU dropped to 2-3 in North Conference Play. With one match left in the season, Bellevue still has a chance to salvage a .500 record for the season.
Overwatch: 20-2 overall
The Overwatch team won all three of its early round playoff matches last week. On Saturday, BU downed Dakota Wesleyan and Central Methodist by identical 3-0 scores in the Tespa Varsity Sub-Regional Playoffs to move within a victory of claiming a spot in the regional finals.
BU followed that up by sweeping a 3-0 victory over UC-Colorado Springs on Sunday in the Tespa Regional Playoffs Round of 16 after earning a bye through the Round of 32.
Hearthstone is schedule to play their second Tespa Regional League Match on Tuesday, Mar. 5 at 9 p.m. An opponent has not yet been announced.
League of Legends wraps up RIOT CLoL Regular Season competition on Saturday, Mar. 2 against Central Michigan at 3 p.m.
Overwatch is slated for a Varsity League Sub-Regional Final match against Saint Ambrose on Saturday, Mar. 2 at 5 p.m. with the winner advancing to the Regional Finals at 7 p.m. Then, on Sunday, Overwatch faces Embry-Riddle in the Tespa Regional Quarterfinals at 6 p.m. with the winner facing the winner of Midland-Kansas State at 8 p.m.