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Unified To Offer League Of Legends Competitions To High School Students

Unified announced that the company will begin offering high school competitions for League of Legends starting this summer. This announcement comes on the heels of Riot Games and the Riot Scholastic Association on June 8th changing how and for how much LoL tournaments could be organized, making it far easier for schools to host them.

“National competitions are great, but what we believe to be the heart of high school esports is the competition against local rivals, and the opportunity for these students to play on stage,” said Chris Harris, COO of Unified. “That’s what creates lifelong memories for these students. We’re thrilled to be able to provide that starting this fall.”

Unified will kick off high school competitions this summer with 1v1 tournaments which are free to enter, fully remote, and feature $500 in gaming equipment as a prize. Incoming freshman and recently graduated seniors are eligible to participate.

More information on Unified’s fall and spring leagues will be provided at a later date.

(All information was provided by EIN Presswire)

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