NECC Announces Partnership with Reactor Gaming

The National Esports Collegiate Conference (NECC) announced today it has entered into a partnership with custom system builder and hardware company, Reactor Gaming. 

Reactor Gaming prides itself on being architects of opportunity and catalysts for success. The company is defined not only by cutting-edge technology at the lowest possible price points, but also by the profound impact it has on individuals, empowering them to reach new heights and achieve their aspirations.

Reactor Gaming’s mission is to not just provide affordable technology to students, gamers, and esports teams, but to elevate players and teams to help promote long-term growth and sustainability, especially in the educational space.

“We’re absolutely thrilled to announce our groundbreaking partnership with the NECC,” said Reactor Gaming President Luke Cillessen

“This partnership isn’t just about bringing affordable technology to esports and students; it’s about igniting a revolution in Collegiate Esports. With the NECC, we’re embarking on a mission to propel Collegiate Esports into the mainstream. With bringing new technology solutions to more Esports teams and students than we could ever imagine, we’re not just leveling the playing field; we’re building a future.”

The partnership between the NECC and Reactor Gaming will include a number of benefits for the conference’s membership, including reduced costs for products, devoted customer support and point of contact, as well as giveaways and activation efforts for the NECC community.

What separates Reactor Gaming from many of their competitors in the space is their computers, which boast an 18% greater affordability and a remarkable 20% increase in speed. This performance boost extends to daily activities, engineering renders, and gaming FPS, showcasing our dedication to enhancing user experiences across various domains.

“We’re extremely excited to announce this partnership with Reactor Gaming,” said NECC CEO Jacob VanRyn. “From the numerous conversations we have had with Luke and the members of his team, we know they are committed to providing our NECC community with everything they need in the hardware and customization space, all at extremely reasonable rates to ensure that the players have access to everything they need to compete and succeed at the highest level.”

For more information, please contact Jacob VanRyn at or Reactor Gaming at

Established in 2022 amid the trials of the COVID-19 pandemic, Reactor Gaming created a student-oriented technology company named Wyse PCs, and we had a singular mission: to address the technology gap faced by STEM students seeking affordable yet robust computing solutions. In response to the deficiencies observed in the market, we initiated our journey with Founders PCs, subsequently evolving into Wyse PCs, where our focus gravitated toward the fundamental requirements for success in disciplines such as engineering and architecture.

As our commitment to accessibility and performance deepened, a fortuitous invitation to an esports match became a catalyst for the creation of Reactor Gaming—a specialized division dedicated to crafting high-performance gaming desktops and laptops. Our pride stems from successfully delivering game-winning computers to collegiate, high school, and professional esports teams, enriching the gaming experience across diverse communities.

For more, please visit them online at

The NECC fosters innovative competition experiences, provides quality broadcasting services, and works to support an inclusive community within collegiate esports. The NECC was started as a way to provide the collegiate gaming community with the respect it warranted and deserved. The conference prides itself on responding to the needs of its schools, directors, coaches, and most importantly - its players.

With more than 400 colleges and universities currently competing, the NECC strives to be a positive home for the collegiate gaming community.

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