Teenage Rocket League pro Justin ‘Jstn’ Morales gave a generous gift to classmates at his high school after giving the esports club at Bay Shore High a check for a set of gaming chairs.
The 17-year-old, who plays for NRG Esports and helped them become North American champions in Season 7 of the Rocket League Championship Series earlier this year, is thought to have won $100,000 in prize money so far in his career according to esportsearnigs.com and decided to spread the love with fellow esports lovers at his school. As well as the money to purchase some gaming chairs, Jstn also donated a signed jersey.
A clip posted to Twitter by Bay Shore’s esports club account shows Jstn getting a warm introduction in a class room, surrounded by fellow students. The school said that they were “so fortunate to have great young men like this supporting us!” in recognition of his generosity.
Today Bay Shore Student @Its_JSTN current pro and World Champion @NRGgg @RLEsports @RocketLeague gave our team a signed Jersey and a check for gaming chairs! So fortunate to have great young men like this supporting us! @BayShoreHS @BayShoreSchools @BayShorePatch pic.twitter.com/PKSjhVGExJ
— bshsesports (@BSHSesports) October 7, 2019
Jstn is currently competing in Season 8 of the RLCS with NRG teammates Garrett ‘GarrettG’ Gordon and Pierre ‘Turbopolsa’ Silfver where they will hope to replicate their Season 7 form.