Esports has finished the Spring Season Majors with 5 teams advancing to postseason play.
Rocket League, who has JV players playing this season tied for 1st place in the Central Division and is one of the 16 teams that have made the playoffs out of 61 teams nationally.
League of Legends tied for 4th place this season in the Central Division and is one of the 16 teams that have made it into the playoffs this season out of 117 teams nationally.
CounterStrike: Global Offensive finished the season in 6th place in the Central Division and is one of the 16 teams that have made it into the playoffs this season out of 94 teams nationally.
Rainbow 6: Siege finished the season in 3rd place in the Central Division and is one of the 16 teams that have made it into the playoffs this season out of 54 teams nationally.
Our single Hearthstone player finished the season in 2nd place and is one of 16 individuals that have made it into the playoffs this season out of 100 teams nationally.
This first year has been a learning experience for everyone involved and I am very happy to report this awesome success we have had. Having 5 teams make seasonal playoffs in one season is an awesome feeling, not only for me, but for everyone involved.
If any of these teams make it past the first round of the tournament they will qualify, along with the Holiday Major winning Rocket League team, for the HSEL Nationals 2018 which will be held during the week of July 8th-14th.
If you are interested in following the path of any of these teams you can visit: http://esports.munster.us/ and click on any of the games which should bring a tournament bracket up showing the progress of the teams.
You can also help support our students by watching them on: https://www.twitch.tv/munsterhighschool This is where we stream all our matches. You can watch and chat along with them and other people watching the stream.
Rainbow 6: Siege
CounterStrike: Global Offensive
League of Legends: