Esports

Esports Webinar Recordings

MicroK12 Esports Webinar 1

Bring Esports To Your School District in 2020

Thursday, May 28th, 11:00am PST

Learn the benefits of an Esports program and the steps to get one started from MicroK12's Esports specialist. The High School Esports Leagues (HSEL) will also share the latest trends.

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MicroK12 Esports Webinar 2

Steps to Get Your Esport Program Started

Thursday, June 4th, 11:00am PST

Seth from PlayVS and Tanner Litchfield will present on the upcoming Fall / Winter programs, rules, benefits, and other Esports topics. Learn how to get your program up and running!

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MicroK12 Esports Webinar 3

Local District Esports Best Practices & Setup

Thursday, June 11, 11:00am PST

Panel discussion from local school districts that have already started programs. Featuring Q&A and best practices insights. (Anacortes SD, O'Dea HS, Sedro Wooley HS, and other teams)

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MicroK12 Esports Webinar 4

Esports Opportunities in College and Beyond

Thursday, June 18, 11:00am PST

Higher Education panel discussing job and career development, esports gaming at the next level, scholarship opportunities, and more.
(Centralia College, UW, BSU, Peninsula College)

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Esports solutions for Education

Esports 2020 Catalog

See what devices are being used in schools and labs throughout the nation.

Check out our Esports Catalog featuring some of the top partners including Omen, Legion, Republic of Gamers and more.

Benefits of Esports in Education

Students do best when they’re immersed in learning

Give your students vital educational experiences that aid in critical skills development. Esports reinforce collaborative learning and teach emotional intelligence in a safe, controlled environment. Plus, students who participate have access to exclusive scholarships and benefit from a host of additional perks and programs. Check out this guide to learn more about how esports grant students an edge both inside and outside the classroom.


72% of Teens Play Video Games


Student Attendance raised by 10%


Increases student GPA by 1.7