Ryan ‘Sauce’ Boere was the winner of the Smash Bros Ultimate tournament at the inaugural Lambton Esports Open in 2019
All 5 Lambton Lions in attendance registered at least one win at the annual super-major
The team went looking to improve on their Top 16 performance from 2019
This year’s event is a combination of a month-long league and a three-day long event on March 27th to 29th.
The team is looking to improve on their Round of 16 result from 2019.
Landry’s recent success in Smash Bros. Ultimate includes a 2nd place finish at the inaugural Lambton Esports Open in April 2019 where he took home a $500 scholarship prize.
The Lambton Lions (8-2) now sit 2nd in Collegiate Starleague’s North 1 division.
The students — who are part of Lambton College’s Esports Entrepreneurship and Administration program — were tasked to create a new business as a capstone project in their final year of the program.
Week 8 of Collegiate Starleague’s regular season plus a CRL Open Qualifier made it a busy weekend for varsity Rocket League teams across North America.
Lambton Lions Esports (6-1) is now tied for first in the Northeast-8 CSL Star League conference