Comal ISD eSports

Welcome to the homepage for Comal ISD's eSports program. At the surface level, eSports can be viewed as "playing video games", but in Comal ISD, eSports is so much more than that. Teams will focus on problem solving and strategy skill management, collaboration, communication, mental and physical health, philanthropy, and real-world skills. In Spring 2021, Comal ISD began the inaugural season of high school online competitive gaming at three high schools: Smithson Valley HS, Canyon Lake HS, and Memorial Early College HS. We are proud to announce that eSports will be expanding to all high schools in the 2021-2022 school year.

Would you like to get involved? Please see the "Volunteers and Donations" page.

Want to bring eSports to your campus? Please see the FAQ page.

Game on!

Did you know?

  • There are hundreds of US colleges and universities offering eSports scholarships.

  • University of Texas and the Ohio State University are a few of the colleges that not only offer eSports scholarships, but also full degree paths in the industry.

  • The 2019 League of Legends World Championships had 100 million viewers worldwide (more than the Super Bowl)!

  • In 2019, Fortnite championships awarded a $3 million prize to the 1st place winner - a 16 year old from Pottsgrove, Pennsylvania.

  • The industry of eSports is on track to produce over $1 billion in revenue by the end of 2021.