Welcome to the premier gaming community and organization at Georgia Tech!
Our mission is to continue our support of the growing competitive electronic sports scene and technology culture of Georgia Tech while maintaining our campus position as one of the top schools in the world in competitive gaming.
Additionally, we operate as the local Tespa Chapter for Georgia Tech.
For inquiries and proposals, please contact us directly.
The premier collegiate organization promoting and supporting the competitive and casual gaming community at Georgia Tech!
Georgia Tech Esports is among the largest organizations on campus since its formation nearly seven years ago as a support group for a group of some of the top players in the North American StarCraft: Brood War scene.
Our mission is to continue our support of the growing competitive electronic sports scene and technology culture of Georgia Tech while maintaining our campus position as one of the top schools in the world in competitive gaming. The organization, with the help of the College of Computing, RHA, and SGA, assists in supporting our collegiate teams competing at a national level while simultaneously helping to promote social and sponsorship events.
Org - Recreation/Leisure
Ex: President, CEO, Director
President, Tespa Chapter Lead
Please state the name of the primary student organization leader.
Albert K Lee
Please state the officer that is responsible for managing finances.
Ex: Treasurer, Vice-President, etc.
Please list information about how students can become members. Please note this information will be public on your portal.
[Fall 2016 - Spring 2017 Updated Information]
General Meetings are held every Thursday from 6:15PM EST until 7:55PM EST at Klaus Computing Building (Classroom Section) Rm. 2447.
Meetings are open to everyone, especially new students!
If you have not selected a day of the week to meet, or if the changes regularly, please select TBD below. Please note this information will be public on your portal.
This information will be on your profile. We encourage groups to think of this as a way to share what members will be working on, and what they can expect from your organization this year.
- To ensure that the competitive nature of our Nationally-recognized eSports scene is maintained and that no effort goes without support from the community.
- To build and foster the growth of the competitive scene as well as the casual community, and to bond gamers across many genres and backgrounds.
- To continue to press for the recognition of eSports as a competitive sport at Georgia Tech, with which we had previous success that was since been revoked due ongoing restructuring.