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

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
  • Record stats
  • Custom team jerseys each season
  • League management software 


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 YMCA does not have a facility for the first season?

This is not a problem! We can assist in the building of a center! We are able and willing to assist in anyway possible to ensure you will be ready for the upcoming season.

How many players can be on the roster?

Each game consists of 3 starter players and you may have up to two substitutes. For a total of 15 players on the roster. 

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.

Are students allowed to play from home?

The members of the teams will play at the YMCA’s facilities. We will not allow participants to play from home. 

When will matches be played?

Matches will be played on Friday. Times are still being determined. Once confirmation on what YMCAs are interested, a finalized schedule will be created and sent to parents. 

So... are they just meeting up to play video games?

Part 1: Individuals will be competing against other YMCAs on match days. Their child will be competing as a team with others in the same facility or room. They will be part of a team learning how to communicate with others, how to strategize to get the win, and more while they learn the development skills from their YMCA.

Part 2: The Esports equipment or lab can be used by the YMCA any way they would like when competitions are not happening.

How many times a week will they be practicing and when is their scheduled game days and times?

Part 1:The individual YMCA will determine how many times they would like to schedule practices. Most YMCAs find a college volunteer or other volunteers who play Rocket League to lead the practice and help with the program. The volunteer will work with he child to help them advance their skills in the game, in communication, and in other areas to help the child become a better individual. This volunteer will also help get everyone in the lobby on match days during the match time showing leadership skills. 

Part 2: Match days will be on Fridays. We are still working on match times. Once we know what YMCAs are interested in competing, we will be able to generate a schedule and fully release the match times.