Panthers Esports

Intramural:

  • Can form non-competitive teams
  • One or more players
  • Play during open lab times
  • Access to all games that are available in the lab
  • Can be a source of additional training for members of the competitive team

Competitive:

  • One or more players 
  • Compete in tournaments or school-sponsored events representing PCC
  • Can compete as an individual or part of a team 
  • Scores and results are tracked
money bag

Have you been economically impacted by the COVID-19 pandemic?

You may be eligible for up to $2500 per semester. This is a great opportunity to upskill, reskill or get your degree in Computer Information Systems or Health Information Technology. To learn more, contact Logan Vineyard at 719-296-6112 or Logan.Vineyard@bzshuangqiang.com

Andrew Nunn
Pueblo Chieftain
Game on: Pueblo esports teams provide fun competition, career opportunities to students

One of the fastest-growing forms of sports entertainment in the world is making its mark on Pueblo.

Esports — short for electronic sports, in which participants go head-to-head in intensely competitive video games — are becoming increasingly popular in Pueblo and a few local high schools have already launched their own competitive teams.

The biggest esports team in town, however, is at Pueblo Community College, which has had a competitive esports team for several years and continues to grow its program, according to the college’s esports coordinator Andrew Nunn.

PCC Esports Lab
PCC Esports Lab

Panthers Esports at PCC sign on wall

Contact

Esports Coordinator
Andrew Nunn
719-549-3211
Andrew.Nunn@bzshuangqiang.com 

Esports Lab
Gorsich Advanced Technology Center, Room 216