The High School Esports League has reached a significant milestone, with the 100th match set to get underway on Thursday in the HSEL League of Legends tournament. This is after only three weeks of competition, with the League of Legends competition beginning at the end of May. Over 500 students are competing for their schools in the tournament, where one school will be named the Australian and New Zealand League of Legends Champions.
Even if your school isn’t involved in the League of Legends competition, it isn’t too late to get involved in the High School Esports League.
Registrations are now open for our second HSEL installment, a Rocket League competition.
Schools nationwide will compete against each other in two qualifiers on June 30-July 1 and July 7-8.
The best four teams will then be flown to Adelaide to compete in a LAN final in front of a live audience, and influencer Muselk, at Hybrid World Adelaide on Sunday, July 22.
Registrations for that close in a week, so don’t miss out.
Get your teacher and at least two other friends involved now and head to our website to register.