Congratulations to the 2021-22 LCS eSports team for finishing the fall season ranked #3 in the state and going 7-2 on the year!
eSports is video gaming with organized competitive gameplay between two teams, governed by its own strict set of rules and guidelines. It demands critical thinking, communication, teamwork, and creativity in order for students to succeed. eSports in high school enables students to do what they love and provides them with additional opportunities to earn recognition. Today, eSports is growing quickly and regularly selling out arenas around the world. Currently, there are more than 200 colleges and universities offering almost tens of millions of dollars in scholarships.
Lubbock Christian has played TAPPS eSports Rocket League since the 2019–20 season. Rocket League, developed by Psyonix, is a fantastical sport-based video game played with 3 players on each team (it’s “soccer with cars”). It features a competitive game mode based on teamwork, physics, and outmaneuvering opponents.
Fall 2021 - 3rd Place finishers in Rocket League TAPPS State Competition
Fall 2019 - 2nd Place Hub City Invitational Rocket League Tournament
Fall 2019 - 8th Place finishers in Rocket League Texas State Competition
2019–2022 - Ryan Fullerton - Rocket League - Grand Champion I Ranking
2019–2022 - Konnor Townsend - Rocket League - Grand Champion I Ranking
2022 - Ryan Fullerton signed with Lubbock Christian University - Rocket League
2022 - Konnor Townsend signed with Lubbock Christian University - Rocket League
2022 - Josiah Whiting signed with Lubbock Christian University - Overwatch