Last weekend at our #esports4Good Rocket League tournament, a team from South Sioux City chose to play for one of their teachers. This teacher’s wife will deliver a baby soon with some medical issues. This team from South Sioux City decided to play for their teacher, in hopes of raising some money for him. They […]
Saturday’s Gaming For Good Virtual Esports Tournament for the Twelve and Under Fortnite Players was a Big Success, Winning $150 to Charities
Four streaming sites held separate tournaments for nineteen teams, (thirty-eight players), until the Semi-Finals round, where the top eight teams converged for the playoffs, all hosted by Prairie STEM. They played Fortnite in teams of two and all chose their favorite charity before the competition began. Congratulations to the top 3 winners of that competition: […]
Congratulations to Double Smash, the 1st place winner of tonight’s Prairie STEM’s 3rd Gaming For Good Charity Esports Tournament. They chose to donate their $150 to Food Bank of the Heartland. DefyGravity won 2nd place and are donating their $100 to MS Society. BroGamers2020 took 3rd place, donating their $50 to Juvenile Diabetes Research Foundation.
Tonight’s Shout Casters were Lucas Meyer and Brandt Scheppers, and Colin Johnson was the Moderator Helper. Thank you so much! Awesome work! Next month’s Esports tournament is Fortnite Box Fight Duos Tournament – Teenagers (Fri., Jan. 15th) and 12 and Under (Sat., Jan. 16th) both at 6:00 pmSign up here for the Fortnite tournament – bit.ly/PSTEMFortnite.
Gaming For Good Teenager Virtual Esports Tournament Makes Contributions to Three Charities Playing Fortnite
On Friday, January 15th, 2021, thirty-six teenagers devoted their evening to competing in a Gaming For Good competition, hosted by Prairie STEM. They played Fortnite in teams of two and all chose their favorite charity before the competition began. Congratulations to the top 3 winners of that competition: Third Place went to team Lethal who […]
Prairie STEM’s 3rd Gaming For Good, Teenager’s Tournament, on 12-11-2020, was very exciting! The top three teams won a money donation in their names to the charities of their choices.
Congratulations to Nascar, the 1st place winner of tonight’s Gaming For Good tournament. They are donating $150 to Toys For Tots. Second place went to Limit Breakers, winning $100 to Toys For Tots and third place was Smashers, donating their prize money to MIA Foundation. Special thanks to tonight’s Shout Caster, Lucas Meyer and Moderator […]
Get your teams ready! To sign up, visit https://bit.ly/PSTEMRocketLeague Esports is the competitive organized playing of video games. Below, are up-and-coming sports that offer numerous benefits to athletes as well as scholarships. Esports Athletes Build: Teamwork – Can’t win by yourself Communication Skills – Every member plays a role Leadership Strategy – Real-time strategy Resilience – […]
On Saturday, 10-24-2020, six teams competed in a tournament where the top three winning teams got to choose a charity/charities to donate their winning cash to. More on this later. The night’s 1st Place Winners were: List_Miz, 2nd Place: UnNamed/Solo, and 3rd Place: Beanieboyz. Congratulations to all teams who competed for their charities!
Joseph Wins 2nd Place in the Prairie STEM Fortnite Esports Charity Tournament and Donates His $100 to Sammy’s Superheroes
Joseph played Fortnite Saturday, October 24th, to donate his winnings to support Sammy’s Superheroes. Since he won 2nd place, Prairie STEM sent a $100 check to Sammy’s Superheroes in Joseph’s name. Six teams of students 12 and under played a double-elimination tournament, hosted by Prairie STEM. Amy Haberman, “Thank you for putting on a wonderful […]
Tune in now to watch our Esports competition live can night!https://www.twitch.tv/prairiestemesports Does your student enjoy playing Fortnite? How about civic engagement? They’re in luck, playing Fortnite can make a positive impact in our community! Sign up for our Fortnite tournament today! The winners’ charity of choice will receive a donation on their behalf. Teenagers compete […]