TigerLAN is an event highlighting LSU’s robust E-Sports community. Esports at LSU gathered over two hundred players from across the Capitol region for two days to compete in a wide range of video game tournaments.
Victorious players took home cash winnings and lucky gamers received door prizes containing top of the line gaming equipment from generous sponsors. Extremely popular in Asia and Europe, E-Sports is beginning to take hold in the United States as a viable source of sports entertainment and the LSU E-Sports organization happens to be one of the largest of its kind in the nation.
The Research District was happy to host such an impressive event.
Written by Dominick Constanza