Activation for 2019-20 is LIVE!

ATTENTION EXISTING CLUBS:

The renewal process for the 2019-20 academic year is accessible via the Club Dashboard. All clubs must complete the renewal process in order to opt-in for future tournaments and programs, which will be announced beginning August 1. 


TOURNAMENTS OVERVIEW

NASEF offers several tournaments throughout the school year for Activated NASEF Clubs. Our tournaments provide an opportunity for students to hone their in-game skills, create content around their team, and take up leadership and management roles to help organize and coordinate their fellow students.




Sunny Hills High School from Fullerton, California after winning first place in the 2019 North America High School Scholastic League of Legends Championship.

Sunny Hills High School from Fullerton, California after winning first place in the 2019 North America High School Scholastic League of Legends Championship.

Season-Long Tournaments

Our season-long tournaments are free to join for any NASEF-Activated Club. With our main tournaments, we offer game benefits (i.e. free Overwatch licenses for last year's Overwatch tournament), coaching, live-streamed matches with game commentators, full tournament support and grant prizing.

Past Tournaments

  • Winter 2019 League of Legends High School Scholastic Tournament
    • 1st Place: Sunny Hills High School in Fullerton, California
    • 2nd Place: Troy High School in Fullerton, California
    • 3rd Place: Los Alamitos High School in Los Alamitos, California
    • 4th Place: Washington Technology Magnet School in Saint Paul, Minnesota
  • Fall 2018 Overwatch High School Scholastic Tournament
    • 1st Place: Troy High School in Fullerton, California
    • 2nd Place: Fountain Valley High School in Fountain Valley, California
    • 3rd Place: La Quinta High School in Westminster, California
    • 4th Place: Woodbridge High School in Irvine, California
  • 2017 Orange County High School Esports League (Year 1)
    • 1st Place: Fountain Valley High School in Fountain Valley, California
    • 2nd Place: La Quinta High School in Westminster, California
    • 3rd Place: Cypress High School in Cypress, California
    • 4th Place: Sunny Hills High School in Fullerton, California



High school students playing in a Smash Ultimate tournament hosted by Laguna Hills High School in Laguna Hills, California at the 2019 North America High School Scholastic League of Legends Championship.

High school students playing in a Smash Ultimate tournament hosted by Laguna Hills High School in Laguna Hills, California at the 2019 North America High School Scholastic League of Legends Championship.

Extra Credit Tournaments

Missed the deadline for the main tournament? Have students that want to play other game titles? Check out our mini-tournaments! The Extra Credit tournament series offers one-day tournaments throughout the year.

Active Tournaments

Check out our main Extra Credit tournaments page here to stay updated on upcoming tournaments!

Past Tournaments

  • Spring 2019 Smash Ultimate
    • Round 1 Winner: CharmPixel from Villa Park High School in Villa Park, California
    • Round 2 Winner: NoFace from La Habra High School in La Habra, California
  • Winter 2019 Fortnite Fridays
    • Round 1 Winner: EHS 2 from Edison High School in Huntington Beach, California
    • Round 2 Winner: FV_TSM from Fountain Valley High School in Fountain Valley, California
    • Round 3 Winner: EHS 2 from Edison High School in Huntington Beach, California
  • Fall 2018 Hearthstone
    • 1st Place: Team LostValue from Aliso Niguel High School in Aliso Viejo, California
    • 2nd Place: Fountain Valley Purple from Fountain Valley High School in Fountain Valley, California
    • 3rd Place: Fountain Valley Black from Fountain Valley High School in Fountain Valley, California
    • 4th Place: Cypress High School in Cypress, California
  • Fall 2018 Fortnite Fridays
    • Round 1 Winner: PHS Team 1 from Portola High School in Irvine, California
    • Round 2 Winner: VPHS Team 1 from Villa Park High School in Villa Park, California
    • Round 3 Winner: FVHS Doctor Clutch Noobs from Fountain Valley High School in Fountain Valley, California



Special Tournaments

NASEF is always looking to engage with partners that can offer grants and equipment to our Clubs. Our partnerships can take the form of special tournaments we create for specific game titles. These special tournaments have shorter seasons compared to our mean season tournaments, but offer a ton of perks for participating Clubs!

Active Tournaments

None... Yet!

Past Tournaments

  • 2019 Winter NHL 19 High School Scholastic Tournament
    • 1st Place: Andrew V. from Tesoro High School in Rancho Santa Margarita, California ($5,000 scholarship)
    • 2nd Place: Max M. from Troy High School in Fullerton, California ($2,500 scholarship)
    • 3rd Place: Luke M. from Tesoro High School in Rancho Santa Margarita, California ($1,500 scholarship)
    • 4th Place: Alex M. from Troy High School in Fullerton, California ($1,000 scholarship)



How do I sign up?

Ready to join NASEF? It's completely free! Check out our activation page to see step-by-step infographics on how to sign up, introductory webinars and Club eligibility info.



FAQ

There's no cost to register or play in our tournaments! We strive to provide game licenses and equipment for our titles whenever possible. We've provided game licenses for Overwatch, League Unlocked for League of Legends, and even Xbox One consoles for our NHL 19 tournament.

Season Long tournaments have much longer weeks of competition and include a Live Final event at the end of the season.

Extra Credit tournaments are smaller, completely online, and are offered one day at a time.

For Clubs who are just getting started, we recommend trying out our Extra Credit tournaments first to get accustomed to competing!

Nope! You can be in NASEF and not compete in any of our tournaments. You can still utilize all the free resources located in the Club Dashboard without ever competing!

Access to the Club Dashboard is given to Clubs who complete their activation process with NASEF.

Yes! You can be in NASEF while participating in other high school esports leagues.