The Iguana Games

Eastern Oklahoma County Technology Center

April 13, 2019

in partnership with
Our Mission
The Iguana Games exists to help EOC Technology Center students attend educational conferences. Help us, Help Students.


During our registration, you may create a team, join a team, or sign up as a free agents. Depending on availability, we will attempt to place free agents on teams.
Tournament Rules



Prepay to reserve your seat. Optionally, you may prepay for lunch and dinner so you never have to leave campus. You may register below.



Doors open at 10:00am. Come to the registration table. Those who have preregistered should be able to get in quickly and find a seat. First come - First serve.



Tournaments will begin promptly at 11:00am. BYOC activities will happen all day between 11:00 and 7:00pm. Lunch is served between 12:00am and 1:30pm. Dinner will be served between 5:00pm and 6:30pm.

Register for The Iguana Games




Screen Name*


Main Position

Secondary Position

Team Name


If you would prefer not having to leave the venue, please consider prepaying for lunch.

Serving: Pizza, Chips, and a Soda


If you would prefer not having to leave the venue, please consider prepaying for dinner.

Serving: Roast, Green Beans, Mashed Potatoes, and a Soda

Liability Waiver

You must argee to the waiver to participate.

I, ________________, hereby acknowledge that I desire to participate in The Iguana Games, LAN Party, tournament at Eastern Oklahoma County Technology Center. I also acknowledge that my decision to participate in The Iguana Games event is totally voluntary and is solely for the purpose of my pursuit of recreational activities. I authorize the use of any photos (both digital and print), and videos for The Iguana Games future web / online use to promote further activities. I agree that I am fully aware of the risks and hazards inherent in entering the premises including but not limited to wire hazards, high voltage electrical wiring, narrow aisles, and other hazards and/or in participating in The Iguana Games. If I am using my own equipment, I acknowledge that Eastern Oklahoma County Technology Center nor The Iguana Games event is responsible for any damage to personal property. I hereby irrevocably and forever release, discharge, waive, and hold harmless Eastern Oklahoma County Technology Center from any and all claims, losses (includes property losses, stolen, or damaged), causes of action and liabilities of any kind arising out of or relating in any way to The Iguana Games event. I hereby acknowledge that I will conduct myself in an appropriate manner. I will be participating in an educational institution in which values respect and responsibility. Any inappropriate behavior, including but not limited to foul language, performing harmful acts, obscenity, or any otherwise objectionable conduct towards any person or property. I recognize and understand that hosts (including Travis Tracy) reserves the right to request dismissal from the event without penalty, repayment, or refunding in the event that behavior is deemed inappropriate. I also acknowledge that I am 18 years of age and/or have permission from legal guardians to participate in The Iguana Games. In the event that you are not at least in high school, it is expected that you have a legal guardian. This form is required to be filled out by someone who is of age and responsibility to sign this legal binding document. If you are in high school, it is expected that your legal guardians complete this form on your behalf.



Eastern Oklahoma County Technology Center (EOCTC) continues to serve the communities of Eastern Oklahoma County just as it has for the past 34 years. Serving approximately 600 students a year, EOCTC continues to grow and expand to meet the needs of a growing community and developing business sector. EOCTC continues to embrace new and relevant technologies in order to train students for success in the workplace and increase course offerings to reflect the changing work environment.

The Iguana Games event was created by students and teachers at EOCTC. As this fundraiser is benefiting the Web/3D design class, here is a brief overview of the program. Students enrolled in the Web design curriculum will have the opportunity to work with many industry leading programs and software such as Photoshop and Visual Studio Code to further their education into web development and design. As well as learning the fundamentals of programming, such as HTML, CSS, JavaScript, and PHP.

3D Design students will be given the same opportunity to learn the industry leading software and skills. A few of these being Autodesk Maya, Inventor, AutoCAD, Unity, and Substance Painter. These students will also be provided with the skills to be able to program with languages such as C# and Java.

During the course of the year the students in either Web or 3D Design will be given the option to compete for SkillsUSA. The Iguana Games proceeds will go towards helping send web and 3D design students to these contests. SkillsUSA has both a state and national competition. In previous years several students have had the opportunity to make it to Louisville, KY for the National SkillsUSA Conference. In 2018, a high school team from the Web/3D Design class placed 1st place in the nation for Interactive Applications and Game Development and 2nd place for the adult division. We are extremely proud of the accomplishments of our students. Your participation in the event will continue to help students achieve their goals.


We are a Midwest esports organization that hosts video game tournaments and leagues year-round. Originating from Oklahoma, we found kindred spirits in Kansas, Missouri and Arkansas to grow our brand and even host players from neighboring states and across the United States. We operate from a community-based perspective with a staff of volunteers whose passion is to grow recreational and competitive play for communities around the Midwest.

Our premiere attraction is our League of Legends competitive league, GRLCS. Based on Riot Games’ NALCS, GRLCS, biannually, functions as an organized 12-week competition with multiple teams across several divisions of skill. Teams are usually composed of five players that have banded together throughout the community, but we also host collegiate teams looking to practice through organized play. The teams compete against each other online for 10 weeks, then qualifying teams compete in an online quarterfinal week before the top four teams are invited to compete in a LAN semifinals/finals at a venue we secure. We stream and shoutcast the matches each week at a scheduled time to give players another layer of engagement and insight on other teams in the league. At the LAN, the matches are livestreamed and shoutcasted while the matches are happening, followed up with an on-camera interview with a player from the winning team.

We also host one-shot tournaments and competitions in League of Legends, Hearthstone, Rocket League and Overwatch. These events are scheduled throughout the year by our tournament organizers and give players a chance to play competitively for a day. These events are focused on friendly competition and help grow and connect the community.