Seeking League of Legends players for 2019 Peach Belt Season

As the League of Legends World Championship tournament gets underway, Augusta University’s eSports team is seeking players of all positions for the 2019 Peach Belt Season. Whether you main top lane, ADC, mid lane, support, or jungle, Augusta University is looking for summoners who want to make their mark in the Peach Belt Conference in the new year.

2019 will mark the second year Augusta University and other PBC teams have partnered with League of Legends developer Riot Games for regular season competition and a conference tournament.

The champion and finalist from that tournament will earn spots in the College Championship Play-In with the opportunity to advance to the League of Legends College Championship, held in June at Riot’s NA LCS Arena in Los Angeles.

If you are interested in learning more about the team and the upcoming 2019 season, stop by the Butler Meeting Room in the Jaguar Student Activities Center (JSAC 227) on Tuesday, Nov. 6 at  noon or 5 p.m. Interested players can also contact Andy Lukas for more information.

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