PlayVS League of Legends High School E-Sports Tournament Season 2019
Computer provided by Citronelle High School.
Featured in https://www.wkrg.com/news/esports-come-to-alabama-high-schools_20190222024607/1800571475. President of Citronelle High School Gaming Club and member of E-Sports team.
So that I can show people the possibilities hidden within video games. Would you like to simulate your choices in a game and see what the consequences are before you actually make that decision? I would also like to be part of a team, as I have almost always been a lone wolf type of guy.
Well, I have taught people tips and tricks they didn't know about League of Legends, and convinced people to try the game out.
I stick by my friends, and they help me maintain that healthy factor.
I am president of the gaming club at Citronelle High School, and that is important to me because I can help change people's minds about video gaming, and can also help influence different ideas into the community. I am also a member of Future Business Leaders of America, National Honor Society, National Technical Honor Society, and GENTS, a new school club. These four allow me to help the community around me and, at the same time, give me the chance to get more scholarships.