FAQ

What is GameSeta?

GameSeta is based in British Columbia, Canada and provides the infrastructure and technology for high school esports. We are collaborating exclusively with game publishers and provinces to build and operate a sanctioned league across Canada.

What is Esports?

Esports is a team-based competition under clear rules in a video game setting. Esports requires all the teamwork, cooperation, problem solving and leadership skills of any traditional sport. 

Who Can Participate on a Team?

Short answer – Anyone! Students who are enrolled in high school are eligible to participate on a high school team and compete for the provincial championship. 

Do We Need a Coach?

Every school has to have an esports coach for all matches. We mandate that teams have an approved coach. Coaches should be members of the staff. Which leads to increased security and safety for students.

Are There Esports Scholarships?

Yes! Hundreds of universities and colleges are providing tens of millions of dollars in esports college scholarships. The number is growing considerably each year as more campuses implement esports programmes.

What About Equipment?

Many schools already have the computers that are needed to compete. If you have any inquiries about IT, specifications or  equipment, please let us know. We’d gladly help you out of here.

Where Will Matches be Played?

Throughout the regular season, teams compete online from their home schools on the GameSeta platform. The only travel that could be necessary will be for in-person provincial championships.

How Do I Get My School Involved?

Reach out! Our experts would love to meet with your school. This is the best way to get support and learn more about GameSeta.