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.
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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
After three seasons in black and blue, Lambton Lions Esports has a new look for the 2021-22 season
The black and blue design has been in use by the college’s varsity esports teams since the 2018-2019 season
A 3-0 sweep at the hands of Rutgers University in the final round of Regional Qualifiers meant the end of the season for Lambton
Week 9 spelled the end of the regular season and the final push for seeding heading into the upcoming regional qualifier bracket.
The Student Administrative Council of Lambton College is seeking an eligible student to fulfill the role of Student Event Administrator during the 2021S semester. The position is part of the EBAT (Employment Between Academic Terms) summer employment program. For details about the program and its eligibility requirements, click here. Please note that international students, and…
Following a nightmarish 6 match losing streak that marred the team earlier in the season, the Lions have now amassed a 6-match win streak to turn the tables.
Lambton College’s Varsity Rocket League team concluded their Ontario Post-Secondary Esports League (OPSE) season Monday evening with a fourth place finish following a loss to the University of Waterloo Warriors.