Panthers Esports - PCC

Panthers Esports


  • Can form non-competitive teams
  • One or more players
  • Play during open lab times
  • Access to all games that are available in the lab
  • Can be a source of additional training for members of the competitive team


  • One or more players 
  • Compete in tournaments or school-sponsored events representing PCC
  • Can compete as an individual or part of a team 
  • Scores and results are tracked
Andrew Nunn
Esports Program Coordinator
Andrew Nunn

As coordinator of PCC’s esports program, Andrew Nunn had the opportunity to build a new extracurricular offering for students – and when you’re creating a lab for dedicated gamers, it helps to speak the language.

Nunn also coordinates PCC’s tech pathways and is a part-time instructor in the Computer Information Systems department. He got his master’s degree in teaching and learning, with an emphasis in K-12 educational technology and instructional design specialization, from Colorado State University Global.

PCC Esports Lab
PCC Esports Lab

Panthers Esports at PCC sign on wall


Esports Coordinator
Andrew Nunn

Esports Lab
Gorsich Advanced Technology Center, Room 216