Lethbridge College is pressing play on its esports competition for the 2021-22 season. With the popularity of esports on the rise, the college has launched initiatives to promote gaming at the competitive, recreational and community levels. Esports aligns with the college’s history of adopting leading-edge technologies and creating a welcoming environment for students.
Virtual and Augmented Reality Instructor at Lethbridge College, Allyson Cikor, says serious gamers will have opportunities to take part in the Canadian Collegiate Esports League, which will feature competitive teams from nearly 20 post-secondary institutions from across Canada.
Competitors will compete in a variety of games, such as Rocket League, League of Legends and Super Smash Brothers.