Josh Arcilla has always had a big heart for Esports. Josh has been competing in Esports since 2008 where his first tournament was a 2v2 Halo 3 tournament. Since then, Josh has always pushed to be a part of the Esports world, one way or another. "Esports has always been a part of my life. Every time I tried to do something different, I, somehow, always end up competing or holding an event in gaming. My goal for RBG Esports is to become a successful CEO in creating the next big Esports team and community so others can have a chance at their dream of becoming pro like I did." - Josh Arcilla
Michael Swann, AKA Meswannjr (Me-Swan-Junior), has always had a strong desire for competition. Whether it was traditional sports, an online game, or any other head-to-head challenge, the idea of competition was a catalyst that propelled his personal development. Every loss was another reason to practice, every win was validation for the effort put in.
Austin has only recently joined the eSports community. He began playing in the community by playing Rocket League. After barely missing season one he joined season two of Rocket League Sinfonian Series (RLSS). Since then he has strived to become a more level-headed, competitive player.
Cole, known as GingerBeardMan, has always had a knack for gaming for the majority of his childhood. Most of the gameplay was casual up, besides the hand full of ladder matches in various games, until the beginnings of Rocket League Sinfonian Series where he truly began diving into the competitive field of gaming. He’s always wanted to join the business of gaming through either development, design, testing, competing or hosting. RBG eSports has opened that window for him and is allowing him to explore a passion he has held for most of his life. “Gaming was more than just an entertaining pastime for me, it was always an adventure, a release of creativity, an escape. On top of that it now is a drive for improvement in myself as a competitor and staff member in the eSports world. My hopes are to accel and provide a community that hones the talents of those worthy of competing in tournaments worldwide, and with RBG eSports I believe we can do that.” - Cole Milligan
Adam Harris, also known as coolzzzzzz, has been involved with E-Sports since his time in DotA 2 back in 2013. He watched many tournaments and even participated in the qualifiers for the International 2016. As a Computer Science major, he plans to use his programming skills to enhance the community experience for RBG. "I am a very competitive person when it comes to video games. That's what E-Sports are there for. Ever since DotA 2, the concept of E-Sports has always amazed me. My goal as Software Engineer will be to make a unique and awesome experience for the RBG community." -Adam "Coolz" Harris
Kyle, also known as BeardRunner, has been a competitive gamer ever since he and his brother got a Nintendo 64 for Christmas in 1998. Hours spent trying to beat his older brother in Super Smash Bros conditioned him to have a "must-win" attitude when playing multiplayer games. This continued into middle school and high school with games like Halo and various other competitive shooters. When Kyle got into Rocket League shortly after its launch, he felt a strong need to climb the ladder and spent way too many nights solo queueing until 4am to get to a respectable level. Rocket League also provided him with a sense of community, as he now almost always has friends online to play with and even enter tournaments with. RBG Esports allows Kyle to continue to grow as a gamer and a community member, and even allows him to dabble in twitch commentating and game analysis. As Operations Manager for RBG ESports, Kyle is dedicated to work with the rest of the team to make the organization as effective as it can be at winning tournaments, entertaining its community, and building a brand that will be recognized as top tier.
Nathan Wilson, also known as NaNathan, is a competitive Rocket League player from Metro Detroit, MI. Nate first discovered video games at a young age but discovered the competitive side with the launch of Rocket League in 2015. Since then, Nate has improved and grown in the Competitive Rocket League scene. Nate frequently competes in tournaments. "My life would not be the same without Rocket League and the friends that I have gathered along my competitive career. I hope to continue to improve my rocket league skill and branch into other games in the competitive scene. My goal for this organization is to provide an environment for competitive and non-competitive gamers to get together and improve their skill and friendship! As Rocket League Coordinator, I hope to expand RBG Esports into one of the main providers for Rocket League tournaments." - Nathan Wilson