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HSEL name change

The High School Esports League (HSEL) will now be known as META High School Esports.

Bombers and HSEL partnership

The Adelaide Crows-owned High School Esports League has teamed up with another AFL team, the Essendon Bombers, to introduce HSEL tournaments in Victoria in 2019.

GIANTS and HSEL partnership

The GIANTS will enter into the world of esports in 2019 with a new partnership with High School Esports League (HSEL)

High School Esports League renews partnership with Riot Games

The High School Esports League will run its League of Legends tournament in two countries next year, as part of a renewed partnership with Riot Games. HSEL will run the League of Legends High School Championship for Australia/New Zealand in 2019. In a highly successful inaugural year of the partnership, HSEL ran the competition in … Continued

Legacy Esports, High School Esports League, Samsung High Performance Centre, Adelaide Football Club, Northern Adelaide Senior College

NASC trials HPC

  Northern Adelaide Senior College (NASC) students experienced and trialled Legacy Esports’ Samsung High Performance Centre when they visited the Adelaide Football Club (AFC) last week. A selection of students and teachers involved in their innovative Academy of Gaming, Film and Animation (AGFA) trialled the technology in the centre, playing a wide variety of games … Continued


With the inaugural year of the High School Esports League wrapping up, we would like to say a big THANK YOU to everyone who was involved in 2018. We only started in May this year, but we had over 650 students, 300 games, 100 teams and 60 schools participate in our League of Legends and … Continued

Final LoL 2018 Standings

The final 2018 standings from all premier and challenger leagues in South Australia/Northern Territory, Victoria, Western Australia and Tasmania.