Esports at GHC
Esports is organized, competitive, online video gaming. When properly implemented in schools, esports allows students and educators to redefine athletic culture, promote physical and mental health, diversify opportunities for student participation, increase career and collegiate scholarship opportunities, and honor the importance of play.
In addition to these five main tenets of a responsible esports program, esports expands the soft skills sought by future employers and increase the likelihood of student matriculation due to engagement in extracurricular activities.
Grays Harbor College Esports is committed to competition. We're also firmly on the side of accessible, non-toxic, good sporting behavior. Our esports athletes participate in and help us build a culture of professionalism, teamwork, and integrity.
With four titles, our teams play the hottest games in collegiate esports. We're talking Overwatch, League of Legends, Rocket League, and Super Smash Bros Ultimate.
12 cutting edge computers, a broadcast / VOD review station, a double-sided Nintendo smash center, and a 10-foot projector screen with spectator seating - we're creating tomorrow's entertainment today.
Fall 2020 kicks off the official league schedules. Until then, we want you to join us for a series of community gaming nights. Minecraft? Yes. Overwatch? Rocket League? You bet. Destiny 2? Fortnite? Oh yeah. Also Jackbox Party Pack, Mariokart, and more. Let's go!
Join the Team
We're always looking for anyone who wants to get involved in collegiate esports. Drop us a line.