Peninsula College to host high school esports tournament

Registration is open for Peninsula College’s first high school esports event, a weekend of online tournament gaming set May 22-24.

Players will compete from their homes in 3-on-3 matches in Rocket League, 5-on-5 events in League of Legends and in 1-on-1 action in Super Smash Brothers Ultimate with the opportunity to be scouted by college esports coaches.

Registration is $5 per player and open to high school students in Washington state, Oregon and Idaho only.

To register, or for the event’s full rules and regulations, visit

Registration closes at 11:59 p.m. May 21.

Prizes for each tournament are $50, $30 and $20 gift cards to Gamestop.

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