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HSEL announces the National High School Esports Rocket League Championship

HSEL announces the National High School Esports Rocket League Championship

Schools from across Australia will be invited to play in an online Rocket League qualifying tournament, determining the four best school teams, who’ll be flown to Adelaide to compete in a LAN event finals series on Sunday, July 22, hosted by Australia’s very own Muselk.

HSEL Commissioner Woody Wu said; “We were looking at other games and which ones would make sense for the high school esports space and now have this great opportunity with Hybrid World Adelaide to put on a Rocket League tournament,”

Students won’t just be playing in the event, they will be delivering it as well.

Northern Adelaide Senior College students will be participating in a League of Legends demonstration on the day, and a number of students received an opportunity to undertake work experience during the HSEL event with the production team. Register your school now for the HSEL Rocket League tournament and earn your chance to compete live at Hybrid World Adelaide.

Registrations close on Thursday, June 21, so head straight over to register at www.hseleague.gg/index.php/sign-up

The HSEL Rocket League will be a part of the HWA Interactive Program which includes a range of immersive events and activities for everybody from the tech-curious to the digital enthusiast.

The High School Esports League was created by the Adelaide Football Club earlier this year and the first installment of it, HSEL – League of Legends 2018, recently got underway, learn more about the league here.

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