The stars of esports are young, and they might be getting even younger as schools support the growing sport
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DreamHack teams up with the High School Esports League (HSEL) to bring a new kind of scholastic competition to the Main Stage.
The high school and middle school kids of today are the esports world champions of tomorrow. In an effort to support and nurture their talents, we’re hosting a teen tournament. Our hope is that a win like this under the belt will benefit students’ futures: college, career, and personal success.
Battle lines will be drawn on DreamHack Atlanta’s main stage for DreamHack vs HSEL! Any Fortnite duos aged 13-18 and currently enrolled in high school can sign up to compete in one of three first come, first served qualifiers at the BYOC LAN!
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Requirements to Compete in the BYOC Qualifier:
HSEL Main Stage Schedule
All main stage competitions will be live-streamed on DreamHack’s Twitch Channel, and include player interviews, highlights from the event, and more!
Can’t make it to Dreamhack? You can still compete remotely for the chance to represent Team HSEL through the Weekend Rivals Fortnite tournament. Click here to sign up!
About the High School Esports League
The High School Esports League (HSEL) is the largest active North American high school gaming competition, building the bridge between gaming and education for over 1200 registered schools across the United States and Canada. Through their competitions and key collegiate partners, HSEL has helped facilitate over $16M in collegiate Esports scholarships.
HSEL partners directly with teachers and administrators at each participating school to support their gaming communities and craft a best-in-class play experience both in and out of the classroom. This includes event support, an online network of teachers and coaches, and the opportunity to integrate gaming into the classroom with a first-of-its-kind gaming health curriculum.
Interested in getting your school involved? Email us at email@example.com.