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A new student organization at A.W. Beattie isn’t just giving students opportunities to connect with peers from outside of their program in a fun, safe gaming environment – it’s giving students an opportunity to compete on a much larger stage.

A.W. Beattie students in the eSports student organization qualified in its first year of competition for the 2024 National Competition in Orlando, Florida through the Electronic Gaming Federation.

Games like Super Smash Bros., Rocket League and Overwatch are giving students the chance to meet new friends from different programs at the Career Center while also developing skills like reflexes, teamwork, accuracy, strategic planning and appropriate digital citizenship.

The growing popularity of eSports has resulted in scholarship opportunities, cash prizes, career opportunities, and audiences rivaling some more traditional sporting events. The A.W. Beattie eSports club has more than 20 members.