Thank you for joining us for the Southern California Ducks NHL19 High School Scholastic Tournament!
The inaugural season of NASEF’s NHL19 esports tournament wrapped up on March 30 with exciting head-to-head competition between finalists from local high schools. Andrew V. was the victor in the tournament, winning a $5,000 college scholarship plus a $2,500 grant for his school, Tesoro High School. Several scholarships, grants, and prizes were awarded with a combined value of $20,000. The event took place in the heart of the Anaheim Ducks watch party at the Esports Arena Orange County.
Congratulations again to our final four players!
First place Andrew V. – Tesoro High School, $5,000 scholarship
Second place Max M. – Troy High School, $2,500 scholarship
Third place Luke M. – Tesoro High School, $1,500 scholarship
Fourth place Alex M. – Troy High School , $1,000 scholarship
Congratulations to our
NHL19 Beyond the Game Challenge
Spencer H. - Mexico High School, $1,000 scholarship
Joshua L. - Troy High School, $1,000 scholarship
Daniel T. - Westminster High School, $1,000 scholarship
Singing Coyote M. - Magnolia High School, $1,000 scholarship
Joshua L. - Los Alamitos High School, $1,000 scholarship
NASEF is committed to supporting our Clubs every way possible. While supplies lasted, NASEF provided up to two Xbox kits to clubs who wanted to participate in the NHL19 tournament.
NASEF-sponsored Xbox kits included:
- 1 copy of NHL 19
- 3 Month Gold Membership for Xbox Live
- 1 Xbox
- 1 Monitor
- 2 Controllers
- 1 Power box
- 1 HDMI cable
- 1 Monitor power cable
- 1 Power cable