Creating the minor league system for esports utilizing technology, education, and community. 

High School Series

High school teams compete head-to-head in Valorant, Rocket League, & Overwatch 2

Youth, aged 9 – 14, compete at their local YMCA in Rocket League, Fortnite, Multiversus, & more!

Intro to Esports

Showcases every season



  • Streamed and casted games across Twitch, Youtube, Facebook, Twitter, and other Platforms
  • TEC creates, hosts, and runs match lobbies
  • Recorded stats
  • TEC Media Day
  • Custom team jerseys each season
  • League management software 
  • LAN event for Championship at local venue each Season
  • Social media management assistance for your school


Improved Physical & Mental Health

Esports can improve hand-eye coordination, reaction time, and strategic thinking, which can have positive effects on physical and mental health.


Esports can provide a platform for players to interact and socialize with each other, fostering a sense of community and teamwork.

Educational Opportunities

Many schools and universities are now offering esports programs, providing students with the opportunity to learn valuable skills such as teamwork, communication, and problem-solving.


Esports can be played by people of all ages, genders, and abilities, making it an inclusive and welcoming activity for everyone.



What if my school does not have a facility for the season?

This is not a problem! Due to the current climate of the world, we are allowing students to compete from home if they have the appropriate machine and internet capabilities.

Can my school enter more than one team for the same game?

Yes! If a Member school has more than one team (varsity and junior varsity) team for a specific game title then they may enter both teams in the league. Maximum two (2) teams per game title from each member school.

Who sets up the games each week?

The Esport Company handles everything from confirming games and times, setting up game lobbies, streaming the games, verifying rosters and eligibility to ensure players are who they are supposed to be.

What if my team is a low rank or new to the game?

The Esport Company offers multiple skilled divisions to ensure fair and competitive play across our leagues.

Are students allowed to play from home?

The Esport Company prefers that students play at their school. However, if there is a conflict or there is no equipment at the school, extra procedures will occur to ensure the students are actually themselves when competing