North American Scholastic Esports Federation

The North American Scholastic Esports Federation offers completely free tournaments throughout the school year for Activated NASEF Clubs. The tournaments provide an opportunity for students to hone their in-game skills, create content around their team, and take up leadership and management roles to help organize and coordinate their fellow students.

All NASEF competitive offerings are free for any activated NASEF student.



Beyond the Game Challenges

Beyond the Game Challenges are where scholastic esports clubs across North America can tap into their talent apart from their competitive teams!

Here, students with interests in the different sectors of the Esports Ecosystem can learn new skills, expand their knowledge, and gain real experience in potential future career opportunities.

Use your creativity, curiosity, problem-solving, and critical thinking skills to take on one or more of the challenges.



2022 Digital Rube Goldberg Machine Minecraft Contest

The 2022 Digital Rube Goldberg Machine Minecraft Contest is a STEAM competition where students from grades 3-12 compete with machines that they have imagined, designed in Minecraft Education Edition, and created in a fun and competitive forum.



Grant Funds Available for new E-sports teams in the GLBR

The GLBRA is a partner with the Michigan High School Esports Federation (MiHSEF) in a venture called the Michigan Scholastic Esports Collaborative (MiSEC)

Start-up mini-grants are open to schools in Arenac, Bay, Clare, Gladwin, Gratiot, Isabella, Midland, and Saginaw counties who are implementing a new Esports team in the 2020-2021 school year
• Award Maximum: $750
Applications open December 18, 2020 and will be accepted on a rolling basis until funds are no longer available