ASU Students Win Big at Regional Black Gaming Summit in Atlanta

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By Kenneth Mullinax/ASU

Three Alabama State University students won first – third place on Saturday, April 27, at the fourth annual Black College-Con Gaming Summit and E-Sports Tournament in Atlanta, Ga. The coordinator of ASU’s E-Gaming program, Bennie N. Cooks, Jr., shared that students from ASU’s team competed with regional E-Sports teams from other HBCUs across the Southern region at the event, which was titled “The Rocket League and NBA 2K Tournament.”

“We are proud to announce that three of our Alabama State University E-Sports team members won big in the league competition,” said Cooks, who serves as ASU’s director of External Operations and Event Management.

ASU’s student E-Sports game winners are as follows:

* First place winner, Elijah Jackson;
* Second-place winner, Fred Ross;
* Third-place winner: Jordan Zamora.

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