The Georgia College Esports team fell in two games to the Big Ten Network Champion University of Maryland Saturday in their first match of the League of Legends College Championship Play-In.
Game one was just over 19 minutes, with Bobcats getting just 11 kills to Maryland's 28. Kyle Kibodeaux (Ducarius) led the way for Georgia College with a 4/2/2 KDA.
Game two was more of the same at 21 minutes, Maryland owning a 41-13 lead in kills. John Bills (Emperor Jawn) provided 31 percent of the team damage and had a 2/6/8 KDA.
The next bout for the Bobcats in Championship Play-In pool play is against Simon Fraser University April, 21.