How do I sign up?
If you are a “school official”, you may submit a free school application to join the HSEL and MSEL communities. If you are a student looking to join a team, your team advisor may send you an invite to join their team. If you are a student looking to participate as a free agent, you may sign up as a “student” through those links and create a team.
Is there a deadline to register for a tournament?
Yes, there are specific deadlines to register for tournaments. The deadline is usually set to be the day before the tournament begins. Dates are subject to change as we may extend registration on a case by case basis.
How many students can I add to my roster?
You may have up to twice the number of starting players required to play a game minus 1 on your roster for team games. For example, Overwatch requires you to have 6 players to play a match, which means you may have 11 students on your roster (6 starting players and 5 substitutes). For solo games, you can add all of your students on one roster as long as they are playing on the same platform.
What is the difference between a team and a roster?
A team encompasses all of your members and a roster is the list of players playing a specific game.
Is there a maximum/minimum number of students that I need on my team?
There is no minimum or maximum number of students needed to form a team.
How many rosters can I have for one game?
You may have as many rosters for one game as long as a student is not on multiple rosters for the same game.
How do I purchase battle passes?
You may purchase battle passes through the dashboard by clicking on the Purchase Passes tab or if you require an invoice, please email firstname.lastname@example.org.
My students are younger than 13 years old. How can they sign up?
If your students are younger than 13 years old, your Customer Success Agent will create your student accounts for you. Please reach out to your Customer Success Agent to facilitate this process.
Do we have to schedule our own matches?
No, all of the games we offer in a tournament are usually available multiple days a week with multiple queue times on each day. You simply queue for your match at the day and time that best works for you.
I gifted a pass to a student and now I can’t revoke their pass. What should I do?
Whoever is gifted the pass becomes the owner of that pass and you will not be able to revoke it or assign it to someone else. Please submit a support ticket here to resolve this issue.