Ranked No. 1
Entering State Playoffs
In the final week of the regular season, at the end of March, Brookwood's Varsity Rocket League team defeated the reigning state champs, Forsyth Central 3 to 0. This finishes a perfect season, going 21-0 overall and ranking #1 in Georgia going into playoffs. Meanwhile, the Varsity Splatoon team lost a close 3-2 series to Lithia Springs High School, ending the season with the rank #5 spot in the state. After Spring Break, playoffs will begin. Most games can be watched live at this YouTube link.Learn more about us:
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"Why Choose eSports?"
Esports promotes teamwork, communication, and develops communities.
The mission of the Esports program is to unite the gaming community at Brookwood, to support the development of competitive esports, and to grow the next generation of collegiate leaders. We work to accomplish this by creating an open, supportive environment for all students to express their passion for gaming, by participating in competitive game play in the pursuit of creating memorable experiences for our members. We strive to create the best esports teams by developing the best student athletes.
All students are welcome to try out for the various Brookwood Esports teams. No physicals are required; however, student must be academically eligible to play competitively according to the GHSA guidelines.
The membership fee is $160 to cover the cost of tournament entries, team jersey, and other expenses.
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2022 State Champs
An Official GHSA Sport
An Official GHSA Sport
The Esports program is run through the Georgia High School Association (GHSA) and the National Federation of State High School Associations (NFHS) and games/tournaments are hosted by PlayVS. Esports became an official sport for GHSA in 2019, and Gwinnett County Public Schools adopted it in Fall 2021. Brookwood's Fall 2021 program has 18 players across both teams.
Rocket League is teams of three. Brookwood has 7 players (Varsity, JV, and 1 substitute).
League of Legends (often abbreviated LoL) is teams of five. Brookwood has 11 players (Varsity, JV, and one substitute).
Esports is a co-ed program.