Registrations for Term 1 of the 2021 Australian Esports High School League (AEHSL) are now OPEN!
The AEL are proud to launch the 2021 High School program for Term 1 where students can represent their school and compete in a 3 v 3 online Rocket League tournament!
There is no limit to the number of teams a School can submit. With competition open to schools nationally.
Participants can level up their School. AEL has partnered with ViewSonic to host the AEHSL with students representing their schools each term to win a ViewSonic ViewBoard, for their school, valued at $5,600 RRP.
The Australian Esports League runs national gaming tournaments across multiple genres each year and is proud to announce that it opens its door once again to high school students around Australia.
Rocket League 3 v 3 was the chosen game title to kick off the league for 2021. Each term the league will feature 5 weeks full of action-packed matches amongst aspiring high school students.
The commitment of AEL and ViewSonic is to provide students to compete online in a safe, supportive and structured environment.
The AEHSL Term 1 Schedule as follows:
- Week 1 – Thursday 25th February @ 4:30PM AEDT
- Week 2 – Thursday 4nd March @ 4:30PM AEDT
- Week 3 – Thursday 11th March @ 4:30PM AEDT
- Week 4 – Thursday 18th March @ 4:30PM AEDT
- Week 5 – Thursday 25th March @ 4:30PM AEDT
- Finals – Saturday/Sunday 27-28th March @ 10:00AM AEDT
To register and find out more, visit the AEL High School Website.
- Students must be aged 13 years or older
- Students must be enrolled at an Australian Secondary School
- All members of a team must be from the same institution
- Teams must be registered by a faculty member of the School
The competition will be broadcast live on Facebook to provide schools, families and friends the opportunity to spectate the students as they represent their school.
Why esports is beneficial in high school?
Esports is the sport of playing video games. Students participating in organised esports experience similar benefits to any other sport! Esports involves team work, sportspersonship, communication and strategy.
Players who participate in esports programs are found to have a higher interest in STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics) and develop valuable life skills such as…
- Improved hand-eye coordination
- Improved attention & visual acuity
- Problem solving & strategy skill development
- Boosts self-confidence and player socialisation
Esports promotes participation
As more students take an active interest in Video Gaming esports provides an structured activity centered around a hobby they love. Esports encourages participation in a social team environment where students can make new friends, develop their skills and experience the benefits of sport.
The AEL encourages parents and teachers to incorporate learnings about physical exercise, nutrition and balancing study for participating students as they compete.