Available titles include Dota 2 and Rocket League
“Education, when it is paired with competition, is a core component of CSL Esports. Valuable life lessons gained through esports mirror those of any traditional student-athlete.” ~ Rob Johnson, CEO, CSL Esports.
What is CSL High School?
- Phase 1: Regular Season
- Phase 2: High School Finals
During the Regular Season, participating teams will be grouped based on their geographic location (North, West, etc.). Conferences will utilize the Swiss-system to ensure that the top teams naturally progress further into the post-season and all teams have a more competitive play experience.
High School Finals
Top teams from each Conference will qualify for the High School Finals tournament, which will determine the final results of the season.
This competition is open to high school-aged students in Nevada and Oregon.
Rocket League is a vehicular soccer video game where drivers utilize rocket-powered, gravity defying race cars to steer massively oversized soccer balls into their opponent’s goal and score points over the course of a match.
Rocket League matches will be played every Tuesday Night from May 17-June 9
2 Divisions Available
Varsity ‘Tier 1’ League
A highly competitive program dedicated to showcasing the most talented student athletes (one per school)
Club ‘Tier 2’ League
A more casual option for groups of friends who enjoy playing low risk matches, but still want to participate in a structured league (multiple teams per school).
Dota 2 is a multiplayer online battle arena (MOBA) video game in which two teams of five compete to collectively destroy a large structure, known as a Tower, defended by the opposing team’s “Ancients”, all whilst defending their own.
Dota 2 matches will be played every Wednesday Night from May 17-June 9