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Play and Learning Through Esports: WIHSEA To Implement Scholastic Esports Programs as it Creates a Local NASEF Affiliate

Esports are booming, and students in Wisconsin are excited to not just play the games, but to pursue related careers. To support this thirst for competition and education, the WIHSEA has just become an affiliate of the North America Scholastic Esports Federation. NASEF will provide free tournaments, programs, curriculum, and expertise to help scholastic esports grow […]

Posted inLocal newsSchools

Gateway To Start New Esports Club, Team In January

Gateway Technical College will be one of two technical colleges in Wisconsin to offer esports, providing a way for students to engage in structured video gaming competitions and meet and interact with others who also enjoy this popular event. College officials made the announcement during the college’s Board of Trustees meeting Dec. 19 in Burlington […]

Posted inCultureESportsSports

RUSD Esports Team Roster

The official Roster for RUSD’s Esports teams. This Roster may change as players come and go. We will keep you posted! J.I. Case Overwatch   Varsity First NameLast NameGradeIGN (in game name)Main RoleMain Hero(C)HunterCochran12HSCrimson#1529Tank-MainReinhardtTimothyCampeau11Timothycamp#1442DPS- BrawlerReaperDominikCeleste11Invited#11390DPS-BrawlerDoomfistMarinaChaffee12xM4RIN4x#1825Tank-MainOrisaLorynDittlof12Amelie#11859Tank-OffD.VaKadenEngel12BlueAngel#11495Healer-MainLucioEmilyHutchinson10Emtheman#1618Healer-MainMercyAddisonJames-Perkin10pundude#11921DPS-AssassinGenjiLukeNavin10KrazyKrafter#11351Healer-MainLucio Junior Varsity First NameLast NameGradeIGN (in game name)Main RoleMain Hero(C)CollinJohnson11GotDairy#1234DPS-AssassinJunkratMichaelDanner10MADDMIKE34#1742Tank-MainReinhardtJacobDuda10WildRage#1144149DPS-AssassinLucioIanHazlett9zerospring64#1808DPS-UtilityReaperArielJohnston10ArielAJ#1993DPS-UtilitySymmetraMaxwellKolodny10maccwell#1499Tank-OffOrisaDominicNickel12DSiren#1843Healer-MainMoiraCortezRay11Smokegaming#1391DPS – SpammerReaperMichaelaRodriguez10MIGHTYPANTS#14950Tank – MainD.va Junior Varsity Gold First NameLast NameGradeIGN […]

Posted inArts & EntertainmentCulture

Esports is here in full effect

Esports has arrived in Racine and is in full effect. Not Your Parent’s Basement, a gaming lounge at 410 Main St., hosts Esports, an extracurricular competitive-based video game competition. Area high schools, including Horlick, Park, and Case have formed teams. Each of the schools held a  tryout and the best gamers from their respective schools compete at NYPB. But […]