FVC Rocket League Team starring in gaming leagues
A team of gamers from Forth Valley College have blasted their way to the top of their Rocket League since they started competitive action back in November.
Forth Valley Gaming Society, supported by FVC Computing Lecturer Peter Kelly, are currently sitting top of Group 9 of the British Esports Association’s Spring Division as their three man team (and two substitutes) organised by College Development Network and supported by British Esports Association.
Since debuting in the British Esports Association and CDN Rocket League Scottish Cup the Rocket League team have not sat idly by.
The team includes: David King - gamertag ‘Digi-I’, a 35 year-old from Stirling studying for a BA Digital Media; Mason Japp - gamertag ‘Masxn 10’, a 17 year-old from Alloa, studying for a NC Travel and Tourism; Jamie Bell - gamertag ‘Jamzzy’, a 17 year-old from Alloa also studying for a NC Travel and Tourism, Joel Anderson (Sub) - gamertag ‘Joeltheslumpgod’ a 18 year-old from Falkirk studying for a HND in Sound Production, Finlay Stenhouse (Sub) – gamertag ‘Moose’ a 16 year-old from Alva studying NC Electrical practice for electricians.
Andrew Smirthwaite, Forth Valley Student Association President, said: “The team have been working their way through the British Esports Association’s Spring Divisions utterly decimating all competition on their way to the top of their current grouping.
“Under the watchful and encouraging eye of Peter Kelly, Computing Lecturer by day, team manager by night. The team have grown from strength to strength. The team are being a fantastic representation of the College and what a gaming community can achieve.”
Results visible here for Forth Valley Gaming – group 9 https://britishesportschamps.org/rl-spring-divisions-fixtures/
British Esports Association twitch https://www.twitch.tv/britishesports