DEVELOPING LIFE SKILLS
It's never too early to engage students with extracurricular activities or unique classroom experiences - so why not start an esports team?
Participating in esports helps students develop the same skills as other sports: teamwork, communication, problem solving, strategy development, coordination, and creative thinking.
STUDENT SAFETY & PRIVACY
Team administrators are required to be verified
We collect only enough information to facilitate competitions
Data is stored securely and is not monetized
The Super Smash Bros.™ Ultimate, Mario Kart™ 8 Deluxe, and Splatoon™ 3 games will formally join our competitive offerings for high schools this fall season.
These additions to our ever-expanding library of titles elevate the possibilities for students to learn and compete in environments dedicated to providing constructive, family-friendly gaming events to help build positive gaming communities within the scholastic environment.
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"It gives our kids on campus another avenue to get involved. On our campus, we don’t want kids just walking around. We want them involved and this gives them that other avenue. I’m very proud of these kids."