Generation Esports to bring competitive gaming to students and local communities across the US – Upcomer

Generation Esports to bring competitive gaming to students and local communities across the US – Upcomer

Generation Esports, Atlanta esports brand Ghost Gaming and the Georgia Scholastic Esports Foundation (GSEF) are bringing esports programs to underprivileged middle schools across Georgia.

Scholastic esports in Georgia

Students in Georgia will get to experience esports competitions thanks to Generation Esports. They will also receive free academic curricula from the GSEF. Meanwhile, Ghost Gaming will provide career development opportunities through affiliated esports players, content creators and coaches.

Generation Esports founded the High School Esports (HSEL) and Middle School Esports League (MSEL) as well, and both leagues will pilot a free invitational event this fall. Rocket League and Chess will be played by Forsyth County middle schools.

Generation Esports to bring competitive gaming to students and local communities across the United States
Rocket League screenshot. | Provided by Psyonix LLC

Free tournaments for Rocket League and Chess will also be open to all middle schools in Georgia by the spring of 2022, according to the announcement.

There will also
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