Eastern Kentucky-based esports organization, QCS, is excited to announce its expansion into Lexington, KY, and the addition of four new members to serve on the QCS Lexington team.
The QCS Lexington franchise will serve as a hub for the organization’s growth and expansion plans. With the addition of the Lexington franchise, QCS aims to increase its reach and establish a strong presence in the state’s esports community.
“Expanding into Lexington is a major milestone for QCS. We are thrilled to bring our unique brand of events to this thriving city and connect with the passionate gaming community here,” said QCS owner Nathan Lyttle. “We are not strangers to Lexington by any means, but this is a step toward doing something we’ve always wanted to do: hold consistent weekend events in Lexington.”
QCS has also added four new members to its operations team: StealthT, Sharief, BaconBuster, and 2BA.
“We are excited to welcome these talented folks to the QCS family. Their skills and dedication to Kentucky’s fighting game community make them a perfect fit for QCS, and will afford us the manpower to run events in both Central and Eastern Kentucky,” said Lyttle.
The first event with QCS Lexington is tentatively scheduled for May.
We’re bringing the fight back to Lexington this year with The Turning Point, hosted by QCS.