Fall 2020 Season Wrap Up

competitive league Jan 07, 2021
Fall 2020 Season Wrap Up

The Fall 2020 competitive season is coming to an exciting conclusion! This season’s premier esports tournaments included hundreds of teams from North America competing in Overwatch and Rocket League. In Overwatch, the High School Scholastic Tournament was geared towards seasoned players and highly competitive teams, with the Community Play-In Tournament for newer teams and Clubs. With Rocket League, we hosted our first ever tournament with the title, which was met with great excitement after moving free-to-play this past fall. 

Just before the winter holidays, we wrapped 21 brackets, identifying the first place teams who will be advancing for our final events this February 2021. We are so proud of all participants across North America who have given their all in the competition, including the students, general managers, and parents who have supported and cheered on their team or teams in their district, and everyone else who has been a part of this wonderful community! 

Hearty congratulations to these teams that won their divisions and are moving into the finals!

1st Place Winners in Each Title and Region

This season, NASEF offered a number of regional regional and affiliate-driven brackets to support communities gaming with one another. This February, the first place teams of all brackets will compete against each other for the first time, crowning our champions for NASEF’s Overwatch Play-In, Rocket League Scholastic, and Overwatch Scholastic tournaments. 

High School Scholastic Tournament - Overwatch

  • Meridian Technical Charter High School - MTCHS Dragons
    • First Place - Central Bracket
    • Meridian, Idaho
  • Xavier High School - Xavier Knights
    • First Place - Eastern Bracket
    • New York, New York
  • Francis Howell Central High School - FHC Esports Varsity OW
    • First Place - Missouri High School Esports Association Bracket
    • Cottleville, Missouri
  • Garnet Valley High School - GV Jags
    • First Place - Pennsylvania Scholastic Esports League Bracket
    • Glen Mills, Pennsylvania
  • Diamond Bar High School - Diamond Bar HS
    • First Place - West A Bracket
    • Diamond Bar, California
  • Rocklin High School - Thunder Esports
    • First Place - West B Bracket
    • Rocklin, California
  • Naperville North High School - Huskies
    • First Place - Illinois High School Esports Association Bracket
    • Naperville, Illinois  

Overwatch Play-In

  • Platteview High School - Platteview Trojans
    • First Place - Central Bracket
    • Springfield, Nebraska
  • Greensboro Day School - GDS Salmon Squad
    • First Place - Eastern Bracket
    • Greensboro, North Carolina
  • Christian Brothers College High School - CBC High School - Purple
    • First Place - Missouri High School Esports Association Bracket
    • St. Louis, Missouri
  • Sonora High School - Sonora High Team Blue
    • First Place - Pennsylvania Scholastic Esports League Bracket
    • La Habra, California
  • Massac County High School 
    • First Place - Illinois High School Esports Association Bracket
    • Metropolis, Illinois 

High School Scholastic Tournament - Rocket League

  • Limestone Community High School - Limestone Rockets
    • First Place - Central Bracket
    • Bartonville, Illinois
  • Carmel High School - Carmel Esports Gold - Rocket League
    • First Place - Eastern Bracket
    • Carmel, Indiana
  • Bloomingdale High School - BSHS Bulls
    • First Place - Florida Scholastic Esports League
    • Valrico, Florida
  • Hickman High School - Hickman Kewpies - Rocket League
    • First Place - Missouri High School Esports Association Bracket
    • Columbia, Missouri
  • Pleasant Grove High School - ITeam Vikings Varsity
    • First Place - Mountain Bracket
    • Pleasant Grove, Utah
  • Conestoga Valley High School - CVG Triple Commit Gang
    • First Place - Pennsylvania Scholastic Esports League Bracket
    • Lancaster, Pennsylvania
  • Sedro-Woolley High School - Sedro-Woolley Blue - Rocket League
    • First Place - West A Bracket
    • Sedro-Woolley, Washington
  • Roosevelt High School - roughriders
    • First Place - West B Bracket
    • Seattle, Washington
  • Unit 5 Esports
    • First Place - Illinois High School Esports Association Bracket
    • Normal, Illinois 


The competitors of these schools have fought their way to the top of each of their brackets, however these games will decide what teams are the cream of the crop. From stellar plays in resetting jumps off the ball in Rocket League to incredible six-person Reinhardt shatters, these students are going to be giving it their all. These championships will hold some phenomenal games to watch! Tune to our Twitch channel to support your favorite team and watch the incredible title games.

Games will be played and streamed on these dates: 

  • Rocket League Finals - Saturday, February 13, 2021
  • Overwatch Play-Ins Finals - Sunday, February 14, 2021
  • Overwatch Scholastic Finals - February 20-21, 2021

As always, NASEF will be awarding grants to the winning teams’ schools. In addition, teams will receive trophies and individual players will be given medals for their placement. 

As we wrap up this season, we’re preparing new opportunities for esports fun and competition for students. Stay tuned to our social media channels for the announcement of tournament titles for 2021, coming soon!

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