Extra Credit: Fortnite Friday (Fall 2018)
Squad up and grab your Chug Jugs! Each club can have up to twenty teams in the Extra Credit series, so make sure you invite everyone to compete.
This tournament is exclusive to Clubs who are activated through NASEF for the 2018-2019 academic year. Once activated, your general manager will be able to opt-in to the Extra Credit tournaments, receive additional information on how to develop a Club and support your team, and be in direct communication with our team for any additional support.
Any teams interested in competing MUST have a club activated with NASEF, meeting all club and student requirements below.
Teams that register for this tournament must adhere to the tournament rules and schedule.
All high schools and community-based organizations located in North America, including the United States, including its territories, Mexico and Canada are eligible to sign-up to become a “Club” within the North America Scholastic Esports Federation (NASEF).
How Do We Define High School or Community-Based Organization?
High schools serving grades 9-12 private, public, charter, college-preparatory, homeschool, and virtual recognized by their State Board of Education.
- American Samoa: High schools serving grades 9-12 can be private, public, charter, college-preparatory, homeschool, and virtual recognized by their Board of Education.
- Guam: High schools serving grades 9-12 private, public, charter, college-preparatory, homeschool, and virtual recognized by their Board of Education.
- Northern Mariana Islands: High schools serving grades 9-12 private, public, charter, college-preparatory, homeschool, and virtual recognized by their Board of Education.
- Puerto Rico: Upper Secondary School serving grades 10-12. They can be private, public, charter, college-preparatory, homeschool, and virtual recognized by their Board of Education.
- United States Virgin Islands: High schools serving grades 9-12 private, public, charter, college-preparatory, homeschool, and virtual recognized by their Board of Education.
High schools serving grades 9-12. They can be public, private, at-home education, English or French schools recognized by their province.
Preparatoria (High School or Preparatory School) serving grades 10-12. They can be public, private, at-home education, international schools recognized by the Secretaría de Educación Pública (SEP), or by Mexico’s states, through various state departments of education.
United States and the U.S. Territories
According to 20 U.S.C.A § 7801(6), the term “community-based organization” means “a public or private nonprofit organization of demonstrated effectiveness that:
- is representative of a community or significant segments of a community; and
- provides educational or related services to individuals in the community.”
Examples of community-based organizations may include but are not limited to:
- Public libraries
- Youth development programs (Girl Scouts, YMCA, Boys & Girls Clubs, 4-H, etc.)
- Faith-based organizations (churches, synagogues, etc.)
- STEM rich institutions (museums, planetariums, etc.)
- Associations (Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers, Community Nonprofit Associations, etc.)
Public and private nonprofit organizations are subject to section 501(c)(3) of the Internal Revenue Code. (26 U.S.C.A. § 501(C)(3).)
Community-Based Organizations serving students in grades 9-12 are eligible to participate.
According to Government of Canada, registered charities are charitable organizations, public foundations, or private foundations that are created and resident in Canada. In addition, non-profit organizations are associations, clubs, or societies that are not charities and are organized and operated exclusively for social welfare, civic improvement, pleasure, recreation, or any other purpose except profit.
Both registered charities and non-profit organizations are eligible to participate.
The following forms of non-governmental, not-for-profit organizations in Mexico are eligible to participate:
- The civil association (AC), established pursuant to state civil codes; and
- The civil society (SC), established pursuant to state civil codes.
Eligibility Requirements for Club Participation and Competition:
All students participating in the North America Scholastic Esports Federation (NASEF) must meet the minimum eligibility requirements for club participation regardless of where the Club is located (school or community-based organization):
- NASEF participation is open to high school students.
- The high school student must enroll in the NASEF Club at a high school or community-based organization.
- The high school student is currently enrolled in at least 20 semester units of work at a high school as defined in the Club Eligibility guidelines.
- The high school student maintained satisfactory citizenship (no N or U) during previous grading period at a high school or is good standing at the community-based organization.
- The high school student must have earned a grade point average of 2.0 or better in all subjects during the previous grading period preceding his/her participation.
Fortnite is playable on a smartphone, tablet, console, or PC. Fortnite also has cross-platform functionality; An example of this is students playing from a phone playing with students playing from a PC.
Teams will compete in three, one-day tournaments in a Single Elimination format.
Teams that register for this tournament must be able to play on the dates listed on the tournament schedule.
Roster sizes are a minimum of two students and a maximum of four students. Information we will need for rosters:
- Student Name
- Student Fortnite username
Clubs may field up to 20 unique teams in the Extra Credit series.
You are not required to play from your Club site for this tournament.
The matches for this tournament must be played on the dates designated on the tournament schedule.