2022-2023 Competitions

Why choose Texas Scholastic Esports?


TexSEF is run by teachers. You'll get no edu-splaining here.


We have stakeholders, not shareholders. Our bottom line is what's best for kids.


The online leagues are free for schools (and public libraries) in Texas.


Tournaments, conferences, college fairs, we do in-person events like no other can.

Campus Registration


The Adult in Charge (the Manager) needs to complete the Campus Registration form each school year. If you don't have all the info, that's fine.


Sign up and create your team (School) on the GenE platform. It's like an LMS, but for esports.


Have the students sign up on GenE, then place them into Rosters for each game.


SSBU has different registration links.

Spring 2021

No Pass, No Play is the law in Texas, not just for UIL.

19 Tex. Admin. Code § 76.1001 (a) An extracurricular activity is an activity sponsored by the University Interscholastic League (UIL), the school district board of trustees, or an organization sanctioned by resolution of the board of trustees. The activity is not necessarily directly related to instruction of the essential knowledge and skills but may have an indirect relation to some areas of the curriculum. Extracurricular activities include, but are not limited to, public performances, contests, demonstrations, displays, and club activities, with the exception of public performances specified in paragraphs (2) and (3) of this subsection.

(1) In addition, an activity shall be subject to the provisions for an extracurricular activity if any one of the following criteria apply:

(A) the activity is competitive;

(B) the activity is held in conjunction with another activity that is considered to be extracurricular;

(C) the activity is held off campus, except in a case in which adequate facilities do not exist on campus;

(D) the general public is invited; or

(E) an admission is charged.