Fall Term 2020
NASEF’s National Champions in Rocket League and Overwatch
Winning teams earned club trophies and grants for their schools: $2500 for first place, $1000 for second place, $750 for third place, and $500 for fourth place. Congratulations to all winners!
1st Place - Carmel High School - Carmel Esports Gold (Carmel, Indiana)
2nd Place - Unit 5 Esports (Normal, Illinois)
3rd Place - Conestoga Valley High School - CVG Triple Commit Gang (Lancaster, Pennsylvania)
4th Place - Troy High School - Troy Rockets#1 (Fullerton, California)
1st Place - Massac County High School - MCHS Patriots (Metropolis, Illinois)
2nd Place - Platteview High School - Platteview Trojans (Springfield, Nebraska)
3rd Place - Greensboro Day School - GDS Salmon Squad (Greensboro, North Carolina)
4th Place - Sonora High School - Sonora High Team Blue (La Habra, California)
1st Place - Diamond Bar High School (Diamond Bar, California)
2nd Place - Rocklin High School - Thunder Esports (Rocklin, California)
3rd Place - Naperville North High School - Huskies (Naperville, Illinois)
4th Place - Xavier High School - Xavier Knights (New York, New York)
Overwatch® High School Scholastic Tournament
Our Overwatch® High School Scholastic Tournament is back! NASEF was proud to offer the Overwatch® High School Scholastic Tournament in close partnership with Blizzard Entertainment!
This year, we expanded our season to include more match days and moving to a new tournament platform called LeagueSpot.
Overwatch® Community Play-In Tournament
Our Overwatch® Community Play-In Tournament is back! Geared towards newer teams, this tournament provides more time to assemble rosters, practice with coaches, and a bit more flexibility within the tournament structure.
Rocket League is Here
Responding to popular demand, we are excited to announce a second main title for this Fall. Introducing our Fall 2020 High School Scholastic Tournament featuring Rocket League!
Eligibility & Code of Conduct
Any teams interested in competing MUST have a club activated with NASEF, meeting all club and student requirements below.
Additionally, clubs will be able to opt-in for coaching, powered by Connected Camps.
Ready to make the jump? Visit our Getting Started page and start your Activation process!
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).
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.
NASEF Code of Conduct - It's helpful to start the school year by introducing ground rules!
All NASEF activities, including main season tournaments, require that all participants abide by our Code of Conduct. We strive to create an environment of safety, inclusivity and fun!
NASEF's mission is to provide resources, including our season long tournaments, to ALL students at NO COST!
For this tournament, we are providing:
- Game Licenses
- Tournament Management
- Online Final Event
- IT Support
...All completely free, at no cost to students, families, schools and community-based organizations.
We permit Clubs to field up to two (2) teams per tournament.
Students cannot be placed on multiple team rosters in the same competition.
Students cannot compete in both the Overwatch Community Play-In Tournament and Scholastic Tournament. Additionally, students cannot be switched between the Scholastic and Play-In tournaments. Once a student is fielded for the Play-In tournament, they can no longer be added to a roster in the Scholastic Tournament.
We encourage teams to play nice and play fair.
In an effort to be more inclusive to our online school and home school communities and to accommodate campuses that have switched to virtual learning this fall, we are permitting teams to play from home.
General Managers must work to ensure the competitive integrity of their teams and verify the identities of their students to compete.
Contact Information and Resources
- Tournament Checklist - Our helpful guides and resources about competition in one place!
- NASEF Scrim Finder - Add your team, indicate your skill level, filter by availability and more!
- NASEF Code of Conduct - It's helpful to start the school year by introducing ground rules!
- NASEF Community Discord - Get connected with other students, general managers, and the NASEF Leadership team!
- Coaching Info - Did you know NASEF provides free coaching to all participating teams? Meet our coaches here!
Ready to play?
If your club is already activated with NASEF, remember that your General Manager has to complete the renewal process! This will allow your club to opt-in to our Fall 2020 competitions.
Have your General Manager log in to the Club Dashboard here.
Not a NASEF Club yet?
Our main season tournaments are exclusive to Clubs activated under NASEF! With no fees, free game licenses and free coaching, NASEF provides all our resources to students at absolutely no cost.