Mission

The Mission of the Independent Schools Esports League is to provide students, educators, and schools a low-cost, easy-to-implement esports league that emphasizes ease of play, engagement, and safety.

Easy of Play

Unlike other leagues, we remove hurdles and restrictions that make it difficult for new programs to become involved, such as removing complicated platforms, strict game match rules, and expensive hardware needs.

 

Safety

The league implements games that are appropriate for middle and high school students. Coaching guidelines have been established for good sportsmanship.

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ALL YOU NEED TO KNOW

Are there league fees?   

  • There are no associated league fees.

What equipment do I need?

  • One Nintendo Switch ($299), Nintendo Account ($20/year), game​ ($60)

How many kids do I need to start?

  • Ideally, you will need around three to four students.

What if I don't know anything about esports?

  • The league is set up so any teacher can lead a team. Your main role is to coordinate game times and monitor student behavior.

  • The site contains many how-to guides, from setting up your account to joining games.

  • We provide support over the phone if you have any questions.

  • There are more teams in the league that are new to esports than there are veterans.

Spring Invitational

May 1st, 2021

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