We’re looking for student producers and shoutcasters to stream our varsity matches for the Winter 2022 term!
First year students of Lambton College’s Esports Entrepreneurship and Administration program are hosting a series of tournaments this month as part of the Lambton College Fall Study Break.
Ontario Post-Secondary Esports announced its 2021-22 season schedule this week. The full agenda sees the Lambton Lions Rocket League team competing against 11 other schools for the coveted OPSE crown.The Lions will start their season on Wednesday October 6th when they square off against Trent University based out of Peterborough, Ontario. In their only previous…
For the first time in program history, Lambton Lions Esports will take part in the upcoming NECC esports season competing in League of Legends. Following a pair of placement matches prior to the start of the season, Lambton will compete in the “Challengers Yellow” division along with 13 other colleges and universities from across North…
The Student Administrative Council of Lambton College is seeking an eligible student to fulfill the role of Student Event Administrator during the 2021F and 2022W semesters. The position is part of the Work Study student employment program. For details about the program and its eligibility requirements, click here. Reporting to the Esports Coordinator, the successful…
All skill levels are welcome to join us and tryout for our varsity teams competing in Rocket League, League of Legends, and Call of Duty.
Live streaming is quickly becoming one of the dominant forms of entertainment for a growing demographic, and we want to show our support to those streamers from right here at Lambton College!
Some benefits can be very overt such as having the opportunity to represent your school and show off your own skills, or scholarships offered for those with demonstrable skills and experience. While these benefits can be enough to gain the interest of potential recruits, there are also some underlying benefits that may not be your first thought upon hearing collegiate esports.
We invite you to share your best gaming moments over the month of July to have your chance at winning $100 cash!
Recently we had a chance to catch up with Jamie “Bluejay” Savoie and Nolan “jnt250” Toomey, two graduates of the Esports Entrepreneurship and Administration program at Lambton College, who have been working together on their professional League of Legends podcast