Be among the first to shape the Bluffton University esports varsity team. Created in 2022 with the hiring of coordinator Brian Williams, the Rocket League team will begin intercollegiate competition in February.
A state-of-the-art Esports Center, featuring custom built PCs with gaming monitors, gaming mice, gaming keyboards, gaming chairs and gaming headsets (along with Xbox and PlayStation controllers for those who prefer a controller over a keyboard) is located in Neufeld Hall.
The brainchild of gamers 2019 Bluffton graduate Jeff Arnett and Zachary Walton, associate professor of communication, the Bluffton University Esports Club and the Esports Center is open for all students. Any student may request to game in the space and coordinate on-campus tournaments.
At Bluffton, the group competes in games including Madden, Overwatch, League of Legends and Rocket League.
“My dream is for the organization to be a place where people can get together, compete, play, mingle with each other and bridge every group on campus.”