eSports describes the world of competitive, organized video gaming. Competitors from different leagues or teams face off in the same games that are popular with at-home gamers: Super Smash Brothers, League of Legends, and Madden NFL, to name a few. These gamers are watched and followed by millions of fans all over the world, who attend live events or tune in on TV or online. Streaming services like Twitch allow viewers to watch as their favorite gamers play in real time, and this is typically where popular gamers build up their fan bases.
When: Most Fridays from September - December (Mr. Hudnut is the Lacrosse Coach and the season starts in January)
From 3:20- 4:10 PM after school
Where: Room 405 (Mr. Hudnut’s room)
What we play:
Mostly we play Super Smash Brothers on the Nintendo Switch (bring your own controller)
Other Switch games are welcomed as long as they are approved by the sponsor, Mr. Hudnut
We are partnered with AVGL (an online esports facilitator)
They run tournaments (free or paid) through their system.
You would sign up for a tournament (qualifiers for Rocket League almost every month)
There are several free tournaments throughout the year, right now there is a free qualifier for Rocket League.
If there is a fee - you would incur the fee (the club is not responsible for fees)
You would practice and play at home with your high school team
( I need to be notified to approve the match if you are representing Ola High School )