Competitors played a three-week regular season set up by RecSports and then communicated through a Discord channel to schedule their games. After the regular season, teams were seeded in a single-elimination tournament. The final two teams from each league faced off in championship games Thursday, Friday and Saturday.
To make the live streaming happen in a short amount of time, UF RecSports collaborated with Duo Studios LLC, a local company founded by twin brothers, Diamond and Dominique Overstreet. The 2016 UF graduates were heavily involved with the UF gaming community and Diamond is the former president of Gator Gaming.
Diamond Overstreet said, “It’s been a dream of ours to help develop and broadcast Esports for UF.