LoL IPFW Esports has been dormant for a while now, but we are back from our Spring Break hiatus. Our second to last club meeting is approaching! Join us before the semester ends. This club meeting is on
Thursday, March 30th at 7 PM, in Science Building 163
If you need help getting to the lecture hall, check out this page
This is the pre-Spring Tournament Meeting! Each player that is competing on April 1sr is welcome to come out and meet up with their teams and play some league of legends with fellow club members. Once we have teams set up, we will do some scrims to prepare us for the tournament. These games will not be 100 percent serious, but those teams that do come out to build that sweet team synergy will have a tournament advantage.
All club members will that come out will have first dibs on free swag that we have for the tournament. I will have stickers, bracelets and other goodies for you guys to get your hands on.
After the meeting we will all head to steak n' Shake like usual. It will be a nice break before us officers will be busting out butts for the next 2 days in preparation for the Spring Tournament.
We hope to see you all out at the club meeting!
Back at it again! Join us for another club meeting before our Overwatch Event next week. We are going to do four different things, and, everyone who comes out will have first dibs on SPRING TOURNAMENT. Yeah, you heard that right.
Club meeting, Thursday, February 16th, SB 168, 7:00
First order of business is MOBA related, but not League of Legends. A few club members have some to me with the interest in gathering other DOTA II players. If there is enough interest, we can start to develop a collegiate team. Either way, we will be playing some pick up DOTA II games on one side of the room. Most of us officers are not DOTA experts, so we'll all be learning the Defense of the Ancients together. If you have ever had any interest in getting to know DOTA, this is the meeting to come out to.
On the other side of the room, we will be playing CS:GO. A widely different game from DOTA II, but something we also need to gauge interest in. We have a few very dedicated members that would like to meet others that play the game. Like I said for DOTA, if there is traction in creating a team we will do so. It is something that could be really successful in the future. We will also discuss the first talk of an all CS:GO tournament we are planning in August (that's a long ways out I know). If you have ever had any interest in getting to know CS:GO, this is the meeting to come out to.
If you are passionate about either game, come out to the meeting. The more players there are in the community, the more we will focus on your game for big events.
Since our other officers are pretty League specific people, Christine will be heading a group in the back of the room for those of you that want to come out and play some league with fellow club members.
Lastly, we'll have the info I cannot wait to share with everyone; THIS YEAR'S SPRING TOURNAMENT. Those of you at the club meeting will have FIRST DIBS on tournament signups.
It's Spring Callout time! Come out to our first meeting of the semester on
Thursday, January 26th in SB168 @ 7:00 PM
We will be doing a bunch of new things to kick off the semester. If you have not seen already, elections are going on. Because of the loss of our vice president, a few roles are changing. The treasurer will not move this semester, but the secretary will be. Christine is moving to the vice president role, if she gets elected, which leaves her position open. Everyone being elected will be at the meeting so you can meet them if you haven't already. Elections will close at the end of the meeting and we will announce the new officers. Vote before then, or at the meeting if you wish.
After general announcements, like upcoming events and this year's club meeting dates, we will be playing some HEAD HUNTER, a League of Legends ARAM game variant we created. The goal is simple; get as many kills as you can (or assists, or time spent dead). We will have the leader of each category posted on the board so you know what score you are gunning for. Each ARAM is a new chance to beat the high scores. And of course, we will have prizes:
HEAD HUNTER (most kills):
Katarina action figure & admission to DON LAN 1
CARE GIVER (most assists):
Stuffed Poro Plush & A Milk Shake
LOST FEEDER (most time spent dead):
This crappy T-shirt that may not be your size
Play as many games as you can with us! We will play as Many ARAMs as we can, leading up to 10. After that, final scores will be tallied and we will head to Steak n' Shake. We will try our best to make all of the ARAMs in house, so that we can keep the scores controlled. Hopefully we have an even number of players.
We hope to see you all next Thursday!
Meeting time again! Sorry for the hold up, had some scheduling issues.
CLUB MEETING this Thursday, 7:00, 11/17, SB185
This is our usual meeting place, same as the last few were held. At the meeting we will do a few things League related. I will introduce our Collegiate Varsity team. The team has a week's practice under their belts and they are looking good.
We will share all of our ranked stories too. Got caught in Silver I with 3 AFKs every game? Been sitting at Diamond I/Master all season then stuck in D II and D III at the end? Come share your stories and rant to us about your Ranked experiences.
Lastly we are going to test out the new patch! ready to try out some reworked assassins? I know I am. Bring your computers, We will play 3 or 4 customs games to try out the new reworked champions and items. if everyone is up for it we will keep on playing. After the games, we will go to steak and shake like usual. Come on out and play some league with your fellow students.
And I almost forgot! We'll talk about the upcoming Christmas Tournament! Sign up while you can.
The viewing party starts at 5 on Saturday, October 29th in SB 168.
That is the large Chemistry lecture hall. Look for our signs outside the room. We will be doing different mini games before the games start at 6. if you want, bring 5 dollars for pizza. We will be ordering as much pizza as we can from Hungry Howies with everyone's money pooled together. We will order at 5:50 for delivery. Hopefully this will land the pizzas after game one.
Every one is invited to join us for our viewing party! We have somewhere around 200 seats in the lecture hall and I would love to fill them all. Invite your friends, significant others, families. Show them how big esports really is! Like I said before, I have tons of freebies to give out. sixteen pounds of free swag to give away to be exact. Tomorrow night I will tease some of things we have to offer on our Discord server.
I hope to see you all there! Its going to be a blast.
We will be presenting our Collegiate Overwatch team! Jeremy is definitely excited to show off all the hard work that has been putting into creating this team.
For those of you more interested in the World Championship Semifinal, we will have a TV set up for you to watch between games or just to watch the whole time.
We hope to see you all there. Come game with us! Can't make it? Watch us on stream: Twitch.tv/LoL_IPFW
All console and desktops can come at 6:30 to set their setups up.
Thursday September 29th, 7:00 PM, SB18
For those of you who do not know where SB185 is, check out this handy treasure map to help you. Even if you do know you can get a laugh or two out of my narration.
We will be discussing upcoming events in more detail, the Christmas Tournament and the Super Smash Throwdown. I should have details locked in for both events by then. Anyone coming out to the meeting will then have first dibs to sign up for the Christmas Tournament. While not the biggest benefit, you will secure your spot of 40 before anyone else does. Hell, 40 people might sign up in one night, you never know.
After business talk, which won't take long I promise, We will move into our Riot provided 1v1 tournament. Ready to find out ho is the best toxic Riven or feeder Yasuo the club has to offer? Come out and show your skills for a chance to win 1000 RP and mystery skin. 2nd place is 520 RP and a Mystery skin and 3rd is 390 and mystery skin. Even if you are not big into the game yet and are still new to it all, that is fine. All players get a free champion! It is a great way to expand and get some of those expensive 6800s.
Sign up here to play in the tournament on Thursday. It is hosted on Battlefy to keep everything organized. There will be day of sign ups but this helps us gauge interest. Anyone playing me will get to play on the big screen for all of you coming to spectate. Once I lose I will ask some of the other players to take my spot and keep the show going. Yes, it is a different set up but if your'e really good it wont matter now will it Gigamomo? I am sure I will never lose anyways so don't worry about it. My Brand is unmatched!
We will be streaming the meeting and 1v1s. If you can't make it, try and check us out! As always, we will be going to steak and shake after the meeting for those of you down to deal with me for longer and get shakes.
UPDATE: ROTC is providing the club with free pizza! Everyone who comes out will get pop or water and pizza. Sweet right?
If you can't make the meeting, we will be streaming it on Twitch! Tune in at 7
Welcome back everyone! It has been a very busy summer for us here at LoL IPFW.
Coming up soon is our first meeting of the semester. Our club call out meeting is on
Septemer 15th, at 7 PM in SB 185
For those of you that don't know, SB185 is located in the Science building, it is the smaller lecture hall in the building. Check out this page for pictures leading you there. This is your standard call out meeting. If you have any interest in our club at all, come out. I will go through all we have to offer at LoL IPFW Esports, Including collegiate teams, club meet ups, game nights, viewing parties and more. This is your home for gaming on campus.
I will only talk for 30 minutes or so if you have other obligations. After I am done talking, we will get to know each other a little bit. Just a few Esports and gaming related questions so that I can get a feel of what you guys want to play throughout the semester. Don't fret, I wont even make you stand up. I am assuming we will pack the lecture hall for the night as there is a lot of freshman interest!
Please feel free to bring or not bring your computer. We will NOT be playing any organized games for the call out meeting. We will pick up gaming in our game nights and club meetings throughout the semester. I will talk all about it at the meeting. For those of you with us in past years, it will be a different format this year (don't worry summoners, there will be plenty of league action still)
See you then!
It has been a while since we have posted here due to our Springtime Tournament. This year all of our info was on a separate page, so we posted everything there. Figured it would be good for a permanent post on the website!
Congratulations to our Victors; $P@C3 7R@V3L3R$
Check them out our event VODs.
Scroll Through and watch your favorite or watch the Whole Stream.
Devlin96 (MVP)'s Finals Quadrakill
Thanks again for an awesome tournament. I am compiling all of the survey info early next week to get a good look at how we can improve.
Good luck on finals everyone,
Have a great Summer, and
We'll see you in October!
Its's tournament time LoL IPFW!
We are back with our first event of the semester. Similar to last semester's back to school bash, we are hosting tournaments for both League of Legends and Hearthstone.
The February FREEZE is on February 18th,
@ 7:00 PM in SB 185
(same as our usual club meetings)
When you show up, you can sign up for the hearthstone tournament or wait for instructions for the League of Legends event. The Hearthstone tournament will be a double elimination bracket run on Battlefy with all of the contenders at the event. Rounds will start at 7:30 sharp and will continue on through the night. Each round is a best of 3, where you can only win with the same deck once, so 3 different decks must be used. The final match will be broadcast via our twitch stream. any time while you are waiting for an opponent to finish his match, or you are waiting for the losers bracket to finish, you may participate in the League event.
The League of Legends event is very different this time around. Each event we host, we try to broaden the spectrum on how winners are crowned as well as try to develop ways for all ELOs to claim victory. The name of the game at FREEZE is Headhunter. It's simple; queue up for ARAM matches will fellow club members, take heads in the game, and try and beat the top score of the night. The player with the most ARAM kills in one match at the end of the night wins.
You can play as many games as you like until the final Hearthstone game begins, or 10 PM, whichever comes last. Once you have beaten the high score on the board, report it to an officer so that we can verify and record the new high score. You MUST queue with 2 others at the event, so that a majority of the team is ginning to steal your kills and cash in on some awesome prizes. Through out the night, we will also post different mini ARAM goals for smaller prizes, like assists, gold, time spend dead (lol) and so forth.
Stay warm IPFW A FREEZE IS COMING.