A Local Youth Esports League
Semi-competitive, co-ed, esports leagues for grades 3-6.
Interested in starting a Gamer League charter in your area?
2018-19 Season In Review
It’s been a year since the idea for Gamer League turned from an idea into a group of thriving kids using esports to develop sportsmanship, leadership and kindness. In this post, I’m going to share a consolidated list of the events we had last year so that others can learn from our experiences. Read More…
For Kids, Gamer League:
- Is Social
- Is Fun & Casually Competitive
- Is More than Video Games
For Parents, Gamer League:
- Teaches video game/life balance
- Builds sportsmanship
- Reinforces lessons on cyber-safety
Building team dynamics during the finals at winter league.
Video games are the most popular sport enjoyed by our children. Kids still use games as a foundation of their identity and they continue to play; parents are concerned about screen time and other potential downsides of gaming. Gamer League is a gaming community using kid’s motivation to play games as a means for teaching 21st century skills.
Gamer League focuses on Responsible, Safe, Respectful gaming while developing Sportsmanship, Leadership, and Kindness. See our handbook to learn more.
Two gamers participating in the Reading for Games event.
Gamer League uses the Nintendo Switch. The official game of the 2019 season is Splatoon 2, but we hope to grow and include Rocket League and Super Smash Brothers over time.
Each player is responsible for purchasing their switch and games.