Ghost Gaming – Esports Team

The YMCA of Metro Atlanta will launch an esports program in partnership with skillshot media and professional esports team Ghost The inaugural program will include youth and teen Rocket League GODPLAYSGhost Gaming of Atlanta fosters top gaming talent…

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Ghost Gaming made waves last season in the North American Virtual Championship Tour (NA VCT), exceeding expectations by taking second in its main event and finishing second overall. Now they will look to maintain their lead and stay in contention for Regional Championship glory this weekend.

The YMCA of Metro Atlanta will launch an esports program in partnership with skillshot media and professional esports team Ghost Gaming. The inaugural program will include youth and teen Rocket League tournaments.


Ghost Gaming of Atlanta fosters top gaming talent while developing unique partnerships in sports, lifestyle and entertainment. Established in Irvine, California in 2011, Ghost Gaming will relocate its headquarters to Metro Atlanta to support Atlanta’s rapidly-expanding esports scene; new investors include leaders in gaming, influencer marketing and music industries.

Ghost Gaming and youth esports league XP League have joined forces to offer select teams the chance to compete as Ghost Gaming Academy teams, offering coaching sessions, meet-and-greets and pro-am play opportunities to aspiring players.

The YMCA of Metro Atlanta will join with Skillshot Media and professional Ghost Gaming team to launch youth and teen esports programming this spring. Youth Rocket League tournaments will launch the program, followed by parent education sessions about competitive gaming.


Ghost Gaming of North America recently made public that they will part ways with Rocket League professional Hunter “LionBlaze” Woitas as part of their roster revamp ahead of the 2023 RLCS season.

This weekend in the Promotion Tournament, they’re hoping to improve their record and avoid relegation by defeating two formidable teams: Out of Style and G2 Esports. If they can do just that, their chances of staying above water increase substantially.

Ghost’s players have worked hard despite an early season misstep, with Zanejackey’s aggressive playstyle opening up opportunities for Klassux and Lethamyr, while Sleepytime’s consistent teamwork making him an invaluable member of their squad. Ghost have the potential to make an impressive mark during this RLCS season!


Drix is back, eager to make his mark in Gears of War scene. Drix will play an integral part in propelling team towards top three finishes this season; after an impressive 3rd place showing at Mexico City Open, team is well positioned to take on Echo Fox and OpTic Gaming in competition for top spots this year.

The YMCA of Metro Atlanta recently announced its partnership with Ghost Gaming and Skillshot Media to introduce youth and teen esports programming this April and May with Rocket League tournaments for students aged 8-18. Parents interested in learning more can attend Zoom parent information sessions, while registration can also be done here for spring tournaments.


North American organization known for their CS:GO team. However, they also boast Call of Duty and Rocket League rosters. Their original CS:GO lineup included Matthew “Wardell” Bowman Yu, Connor Glover (CoNnOrRr93), Jason Tran (neptune), Sebastian Bucki (seb), Phong Nguyen (“bee-1os-“) as coach.

Nato and Zinc both return after briefly exploring other organizations during this offseason; Koosta returns for his third MKU season with this group; Tyler and Logic both spent two week stints with RK during their travels around.


Ghost Gaming-Esports Team and the YMCA of Metro Atlanta have joined forces to bring esports into schools throughout Georgia. Harris said their goal is to expand and reach more underserved communities in 2021.

Klassux was part of an RLCS team which sent shockwaves through many players during Season 4. Alongside Lethamyr and Zanejackey, these three made an unexpectedly good run at finishing second in North American RLCS.

Klassux has been replaced on the Rogue roster by Matt Dixon, a top-tier midfielder who competed alongside Sizz and Insolences during RLCS Season 4. This change should enable Matt to maintain his impressive run in NA RLCS; his versatility means that he is well suited to either midfield or defense play and offers great depth in this way. He brings experience as well as his own distinctive playing style to add further strength and depth.