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PCC esports captain ranked in the top 10%

16 September 2016

Dakota Hankins, a sophomore at Pratt Community College, has quickly made a name for himself in the popular PC game League of Legends. Hankins currently sits in the top 10 percent of users and also ranks in the top 100 best players for the character Leona. With an average of 100 million users, making the top 10 percent and top 100 in a character is no small feat.

Hankins is a 2015 Pratt High School graduate who started playing League of Legends three years ago and will now compete with PCC eSports team in the Collegiate Star League. This league includes all colleges and universities who are currently involved with eSports. PCC’s team is coached by Kenton Small and currently has a ten member roster.

“I enjoy League of Legends because of the community it has created and the friends I’ve met.” said Hankins, “I look forward to competing with the team.”

Hankins, who is an INT major, is also active in the PCC Performing Arts department where he helps with lighting. All this real word experience will hopefully help him in his future job of web development.

Click here to learn more about the PCC eSports Team.