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Sept. 28 through Oct. 4, 2020
Daily 2-7 pm

esports flyer information also on this page

Past Events

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ESports Informational Meeting

Dec. 3
SDCOE Main Campus

We had great attendance at this informational event. Districts came to learn how to get started with an esports Team/Club. 

Representatives from NASEF and CIF were in attendance to answer questions. Contact us for information about future evens.

Tournament at Microsoft Venue

League of Legends ESports Tournament

Nov. 22
Fashion Valley Microsoft Store 

Congratulations to Westview High for winning the tournament! Special thanks to the Microsoft Store in Mission Valley for hosting, CDW Corporation in San Diego for your donation of gaming chairs. Shout out to Helix Charter School, Mira Mesa High School, Clairemont High School, Otay Ranch High School, and Monarch School students for participating!

Contact us for information about future evens.  


ESports Field Trips

The San Diego County Office of Education Innovation Division is partnering with the North American Scholastic ESports Federation hosted by the Orange County Department of Education (OCDE) to bring ESports to San Diego County.

This is an exciting partnership. SDCOE co-hosted a field trip in mid October 2019 to a school site in Orange County that has successfully integrated esports into their curriculum while running a successful esports club. Guests visited classrooms to see how teachers have integrated the A-G esports curriculum.

Females in Gaming

Females in Gaming

Dec. 20
Microsoft Store

Women are influencing the gaming industry. The San Diego County Office of Education partnered with the Microsoft Store in Fashion Valley Mall to host our first Female esports event geared towards San Diego County female gamers. The night was an opportunity to Network with females in the gaming community and learn from the experiences of female gamers, creators and influencers.

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