I am setting up an official, college-represented gaming club / esports league at my college. Interest is phenomenal including one of the four IT professors. The college will throw as much as $7,000 at it.
I am looking for advice as to how to organize it. Ideas are being brainstormed. They include bylaws (in progress via templates), best multiplayer and best non-competitive games including single player and/or console (many like smash bros), fun events/rules (e. g. officers’ secret handshake, mt dew chugging contest), etcetera.
Cool names for executive officers instead of president, vp, secretary, treasurer.
Officers and names needed for:
- Someone to select games;
- a server admin (e. g. club minecraft server);
- communications (see below);
- event dates and locations;
- tournament brackets;
- prize outreach
A code of conduct: have fun and be kind. competitively, Show No Mercy (and see rule #1.
Yearly fees, free for college students, public can join for $25 yearly ($15 alumni).
Monthly (required by the college) and annual meetings.
One meeting/year member participation requirement?
Probation system including habitual offenders can be expelled.
Miniature Constitution/Bylaws Printouts.
A good website precut for any of:
Tournament Bracket Generator.
A Ranking system, unlocking higher discord rooms or forum boards for members of rank.
Member Roster (linked) / Games Played.
A Coat of Arms.
A collection of good eSports websites?
PCPartPicker / UserBenchMark
Twitter / Mixer / ?
PC Mod awards.
Art or other awards.
Someone said use Trello, others said Discord.
We will have a Formation Event including three horses, chocolate fountain, etc. (side note, they’ll be three inches tall).