Esports startup PlayVS and the National Federation of State High Schools Association have partnered to establish high school esports programs across America.
Starting in October, esports tournaments organized by PlayVS will begin in a number of high schools. “To start, the high school esports leagues will be PC-only games in three genres: Multiplayer Online Battle Arena, Fighting and Sports games,” the post read.
The NFHS has a history of handling traditional sports, but esports is a territory that is growing in popularity. This is where PlayVS intends to step in and help construct a structured league for esports at a high school level.
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