4-H e-sports club to form.

January 13, 2020

4-H e-sports club to form.

VICTORY TOWNSHIP — Mason County 4-H is beginning an e-sports club. The first meeting of the 4-H League of Clovers E-Sports Team and Gaming Society will be Saturday, Feb. 8 from 1 to 3 p.m. at West Shore Community College. The program is open to all youth ages 10 and older (must be 14 or older to compete in tournaments). 

Those in Mason, Lake, Oceana, and Manistee counties who are interested in signing up should contact Aaron Myers, the Mason County 4-H Coordinator, at 231-845-3365 or by emailing myersaa1@msu.edu.

League of Clovers is a program devoted to gaming in all its forms (video games, tabletop games, and card games).  Participants will be able to share and develop their passion for competitive e-sports, Dungeons & Dragons, Magic: The Gathering, and the Pokemon Trading Card game while reaping all the same benefits that come with 4-H participation:

  • Gaining responsibility
  • Team Building
  • Good Citizenship
  • Scholarship opportunities
  • State and National Field Trips


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