Arizona High School Rocket League Teams Get Ready to Play!

Sponsored by CCS Presentation Systems and custom gaming PC builder META PCs, this competition begins with a Coaches Challenge on Wednesday, September 20th at CCS National Headquarters in Mesa, AZ. Coaches will meet, sign up their teams and then play a round of Rocket League streamed live on the CCS Twitch channel – – for their teams to see.

The teams will play virtual Rocket League matches every Wednesday at 4 PM from October 4th October 18th. The semi-finalists and finalists will play a double elimination tournament live at CCS HQ to celebrate World Esports Day Saturday, October 21st. Trophies and amazing prizes for the winners.

Email Julie Solomon at to RSVP.



Esports takes video gaming to another level with organized competitive gameplay between two teams, governed by its own strict set of rules and guidelines. Just as with a football or volleyball team, esports programs require tryouts, daily practice sessions, team captains, and solid academic standing.

K12 institutions are starting to see the potential of adding esports to the curriculum as it’s becoming an important aspect of supporting student recruitment into higher education. Currently, there are more than 200 colleges and universities offering nearly $15 million in scholarships to high school students.

Read Our Blog Post Esports: On the Rise and Changing Lives



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