Engage Your Students With Esports
Integrate scholastic gaming experiences into your school with STEM and CTE curriculum, esports training programs, and tournament passes.
Webinars & Events
- Tue, Dec 12WebinarDec 12, 4:30 PM – 5:30 PMWebinarDec 12, 4:30 PM – 5:30 PMWebinarAn introduction to the winter season of the High School Esports League to all educators! We’ll discuss how the league works, how & why to get students involved, and where to find help! You will also learn all about how to use the Generation Esports competition platform to compete in HSEL!
Courses Your Students Love
Gaming Concepts courses give you all of the resources you need to immediately implement a class, so you can focus on teaching; no time is needed to piece together lesson plans and curriculum units.
Standards-based, peer-approved curriculum
Increased engagement, attendance, and grades
College and career readiness
Social emotional learning and mental health moments
Our LMS - the modern online Learning Management System
Purposeful Esports Training
Help your students develop essential life skills like communication, leadership, and teamwork while practicing the games they love.
100+ training programs for the most popular games
Coach any game without being an expert in it
Focus on team development and mindset
Be prepared for tournaments and win more
Esports training tools like Aim Lab and Game Reviews
Tournaments For Every Skill Level
As a part of the Gaming Concepts package, you and your students get access to Generation Esports' tournaments, leagues, and community events.
Tournaments in the most popular games
Join a community of 3,000+ schools
Unlimited number of students can join local, regional, and national competitions
Access to additional funding to get equipment, jerseys, and more
$16 million in scholarships given away to date
Teacher/CTE Admin/Director of Programs, Shelley High School
"We started our esports program last year... students ranged from star football players to quiet, reserved kids. One student in particular really set forth the 'why' to esports. He is a special needs student that had some behavioral issues... I encouraged this student to give esports a try. From this point on, I saw a huge change in him. He made new friends, smiled more and was eager to be a part of it. He stayed after school for practices and told our principal to come watch him play. What an immense difference this program made for him. If esports can do this for one kid, it is completely worth it."
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