London’s Spitalfields Market to transform into ‘Magical Marketplace’ as part of NSE’s Genshin Campus Celebration

Genshin Campus Celebration NSE event

UK university esports body National Student Esports (NSE) has announced a ‘Magical Marketplace: Genshin Impact Campus Celebration’ that will take place In London’s Spitalfields Market.

The in-person event will get underway on Saturday November 25th 2023, and will feature cosplay, in-game challenges and more. It’s open to students and also members of the public, and follows NSE and Genshin Impact’s work, supporting student societies around the UK celebrating all things Genshin Impact.

In a press release, NSE said this event ‘promises to be a memorable day for the entire Genshin Impact community, featuring a myriad of activities and an opportunity for both student and non-student fans to come together and celebrate their shared passion’.

What’s on at the Genshin Campus Celebration?

For those with a penchant for portraying their beloved Genshin Impact characters, the cosplay competition will be one of the main attractions of this event. In the weeks leading up to the event, students are invited to take part in a variety of qualifying events, with professional cosplayers presiding as discerning judges.

The grand finals of this competition will take place on Saturday November 25th 2023 at the ‘Magical Marketplace: Genshin Campus Celebration’ event.

The celebration event will also host an array of prominent Genshin Impact influencers, including cosplayers and content creators. Attendees can look forward to engaging with these community figures. Further announcements regarding the influencer lineup will be made through NSE’s social media channels.

Genshin Impact enthusiasts will have the opportunity to participate in speedrun challenges, with premium merchandise as rewards for the winners.

Attendees will have the opportunity to take part in a range of other activities such as a scavenger hunt, photo opportunities with props, a creative challenge to test the drawing skills of attendees, and more.

Further information and updates on the event will be released in the coming weeks.

Jordan Winslow, Social Media and Community Manager at NSE, said: “There are so many Genshin Impact fans at university campuses right across the UK, so we can’t wait to host a special event for them and the wider Genshin community. Plus, this will be a brilliant experience for anybody new to the game and keen to try out lots of activities to understand why everyone loves it so much.”

To attend ‘Magical Marketplace: Genshin Campus Celebration’ on Saturday November 25th in London, complimentary tickets can be secured by visiting the Eventbrite page here.

New Genshin Impact NSE student events announced for 2023/24 academic year

Genshin Impact NSE student event

Originally published September 13th 2023

UK university esports body National Student Esports (NSE) has announced new Genshin Impact NSE student events will take place over the next year.

NSE and HoYoverse have joined forces again to run Genshin Impact activities for the UK university student community throughout the 2023/24 academic year.

NSE will be running challenges, activities and events as well as giving societies the ability to run their own Genshin Impact events, supported by NSE and HoYoverse, with freshers merch and funding support also available.

Back in 2022, UCL won the first Genshin Impact University Invitational UK final at London’s Platform Bar. NSE also supported 20 on-campus events, where students hosted a range of events such as cosplay competitions, Genshin Impact quizzes and boss battle speedruns.

NSE has also announced a new person has joined the admin team – Josie – a dedicated Genshin Impact expert who will be helping the team run Genshin events.

Alex Coulson, Managing Director at NSE, said on the NSE website: “We are thrilled to continue our partnership with HoYoverse for a second consecutive year, we always aim to further enrich the university experience for UK students and this partnership helps us to do this.

“Our community loved hosting their on-campus events and we can’t wait to see the enthusiasm and creativity that the university societies will bring to this campaign once again.”

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