Event description

Website Registration:
Free Team  Registration > Register Here
Venue Fee $10 per person > Purchase Below

Details of high school league:

Each participating LAN center will host high school teams at their location for these one day bracketed tournaments.  Our goal is to have 20-30 participating centers each hosting 3-6 high school teams. These will be the single largest events held for high school esports in physical locations around the United States.

Players will be able to register as individuals and do not need a full team. The centers will help coordinate the registrations for their local schools.

The players MUST be attending high school starting in the fall of 2017 or any seniors who just graduated in May of 2017 are also eligible.

Teams MUST consist of players all from the same high school. No exceptions to combine players between schools.

Tournaments and Dates:

June 24 – League of Legends

July 15 – Overwatch

July 29 – League of Legends

August 26 – League of Legends

End Goal:

Current College/University Partners

(Growing List)

IUPUI – Indianapolis, Indiana – They will be inviting the top high school teams over the summer to an invitational event in September that will award the top team $10,000 in scholarships.

ggCircuit Info:

After 9 years of center vs. center tournaments ggCircuit is excited to announce a new style of eSports tournaments in a WAN set-up. WAN stands for Wide Area Network, which we create by connecting Local Area Networks (LANs) all over North America. All teams/players in all locations will participate at one time in a GIANT double elimination bracket. No waiting for space to open up like a typical LAN event.


While matches take place between teams via the internet, the teams are all physically located at certified ggCircuit centers around North America. There will be no players or teams playing from home or remote locations. We will be tracking IP address and other data to ensure that all players/teams are only playing from their local certified ggCircuit center.

Tournament Info

The tournaments consist of two fees to enter: #1 Tournament Entry Fee – This is paid to ggCircuit to enter the brackets and 100% of these fees create the national prize pool for that tournament #2 Venue Fee – This is paid to the local ggCircuit center for the use of their facility the day of the tournament. Many centers have options available for full station with all equipment or empty stations for teams to BYOC (Bring your own Console/Computer)

Registration will close at midnight two days before the event. The brackets will then be created and posted 24 hours before the matches begin. On game day, all teams may join the ggCircuit Discord channel for their game to help coordinate matching up teams for matches in the brackets.

The fun part is that we guarantee all entries at least three matches. If you are down on your luck and lose both of your first two matches in the double elimination bracket, you will be automatically entered for free into the famous Pink Pansy single elimination bracket with all other teams who lost their first two matches. This bracket will be a fight to the death for those teams to take the top prize and be able to call themselves true Pink Pansies! (Oh… and they also win back their tournament entry fee as another bonus!)

At the end of the main double elimination bracket the captains of the top teams winning prize money will receive the money via PayPal within 24 hours.



The event will be streamed at www.twitch.tv/evogamingnyc and beam.pro/evogamingnyc !


Feel free to bring your own gaming peripherals!
No outside food or drink.
No recreational drugs or illegal substances. No Weapons
Harassment of attendees will not be tolerated.


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