Colleges offering eSport scholarships include Robert Morris University, located near Chicago, Illinois, and the University of Pikeville, in Kentucky, reports Fortune magazine. RMU offers 70 percent off tuition for partial varsity scholarships and 35 percent off tuition for varsity reserve scholarships. UPike's eSports program offers 20 scholarships, as of 2015.
UPike has constructed an eSports arena in which students can practice and compete in playing video games, according to Fortune magazine. The UPike scholarships are for its League of Legends collegiate program, a game that is available to play for free, notes University of Pikeville. In 2015, the League of Legends varsity eSports team from Robert Morris University was the runner-up in the North American Collegiate Championships, according to the university's website.