What is Esports?

Esports (also known as electronic sports, e-sports, or eSports) is a form of sport competition using video games. Esports often takes the form of organized, multiplayer video game competitions, particularly between professional players, individually or as teams.

Parks and Recreation is starting an Esports program for a few reasons, but the biggest reason is INCLUSION. Esports tournaments and leagues provide new opportunities to our community, which will bring participants together in a fun, save and learning environment. 

CLICK HERE to register! 




24 players Max. Pool play and elimination style tournament.

$10 per player, open to boys and girls ages 7-14 as of tournament date.

12:00pm-3:00pm on Sunday, September 25th at The Adult Center 4790 Ridgewood Ave.

Prizes for 1st-3rd place.

Ice cream sundaes, drinks and snacks will be provided. 

For any questions please call 386-506-5855. 

Thank you & GAME ON!

Why Play Esports? 

Cognitive & Social Development 

  • Improved hand-eye coordination 
  • Improved attention and visual acuity
  • Improved basic visual processing and executive function 
  • Problem solving & strategy skill development 
  • Boosts self-confidence and player socialization 
  • Help connect with friends and make new ones 

Academic Excellence

Players who participate in Esports programs are found to have a higher interest in STEM (Science, Tech, Engineering, Math) subjects, and have strong average GPA's. Esports helps them engage with their fellow students and their school’s administrators.

Problem Solving Skills

Research shows that children that play videos games have a far much better chance of navigating through complex psychological issues compared to those that do not actively participate in video games.

Future Job Market

Playing video games can make students keener and more employable across a wider spectrum of careers including medical field, engineering, remote flying, computer sciences, and etc.

Strategic Thinking

Esports can boost children's strategic thinking, teamwork, communication, leadership, performance skills and confidence building.