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Sophomore sees success on eSports team

19 March 2020

Pratt Community College Sophomore, Luke Hurt, has been with the eSports team for the past two years. In that time, Hurt, has seen his team accomplish an undefeated season through hours of practice, dedication and comradery.
                  
eSports is a form of competitive sports played online against people around the world. Multiple games such as League of Legends and Hearthstone are played, allowing all types of people to compete. PCC’s eSports team launched Fall 2017 and are currently competitive members of the Collegiate StarLeague (CSL).
 

PCC eSports team ends regular season undefeated

10 March 2020

The Pratt Community College eSports team has seen a successful season for the 2019-2020 season. Pratt Community College eSports is entering playoffs undefeated with a record of 12-0 in the game, League of Legends. In addition to being undefeated, they are also the Central II Division Champions. The Central II Division is made up of schools in Kansas, Oklahoma, Nebraska, and Colorado.

INT Students Build High Powered Computers

28 January 2020

The Information Networking Technology (INT) program is starting off the spring semester in full force. As the semester started students began building six new computers for their program. The computers that the students are building are AMD 3rd gen Ryzen 5 processors, solid state storage, MSI x570 active heat sync motherboards, Air cooled heat syncs with 1660ti graphics processors. The parts were custom ordered specifically for the functionality of the program and the eSports team.  

PCC to host Inaugural High School eSports Tournament

06 March 2019

High school students interested in eSports are invited to join the Pratt Community College eSports team in an inaugural High School eSports Tournament event on Saturday, Apr. 6. The tournament will begin in Carpenter Auditorium at 9:00 A.M. Teams of six will battle in the PC game, Overwatch, until one team remains as the sole victor.

Nelson hired as new INT instructor and eSports coach at PCC

27 July 2018

The Information Networking Technology (INT) program as well as the eSports team will be undergoing exciting changes as Pratt Community College welcomes new instructor and coach, Chris Nelson.

eSports Team Off to 3-1 Start in League of Legends Play

01 February 2018

The Pratt Community College eSports team is off to a 3-1 start in the beginning of their “League of Legends” season. Last year, the season started in October. Due to issues with the company that makes the game, Riot Games, the season had to be delayed until this semester.

PCC eSports Team finishes semester ranked first

14 December 2016

Beginning in August of 2016, 11 students at Pratt Community College joined together to form the first ever PCC eSports team. Finishing their first semester at 6 and 1, Head Coach Kenton Small credits the team’s success to many practice hours and a deep understanding of the rules set forth by the Collegiate Star League (CSL).
 
The PCC eSports Team, cleverly named League of the Dam, participates in the CSL Division three. After playing regional teams this fall, Small hopes to schedule matches with National teams for the spring semester. 
 

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.

PCC eSports team joins intercollegiate gaming league

24 May 2016

The Pratt Community College eSports program is making preparations for the start of their team this Fall semester and have already been accepted into the intercollegiate gaming league known as the Collegiate StarLeague (CSL).
 
The Collegiate StarLeague is a gaming league open to all accredited colleges and universities in North America and Europe. CSL currently organizes leagues for competitive online video games like League of Legends which the PCC eSports team will focus on starting out.
 

New INT instructor and eSports Coach at PCC

29 March 2016

In December, Pratt Community College announced the revival of the Information Networking Technology (INT) program and the addition of a new club sport being added to the college’s roster. The new activity is called eSports and PCC will be rolling out the virtual carpet to new and current students interested in using their gaming skills at a competitive level.

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