Youth esports organization Vanta Leagues announced that they will be offering free competitive esports leagues to schools across the United States. Now, students will have access to free competitive and club esports leagues in games such as Rocket League, VALORANT, League of Legends, and Fortnite. Throughout each twelve-week-long league, these teams will practice, improve, and represent their community as they compete for championships across the United States.
“We couldn’t be more excited to make this announcement, as it brings us one step closer to our mission to bring esports to every school and home,” says James Roche, co-founder of Vanta Leagues. “At our core, we believe esports competition should be free and accessible to all schools so they can use the power of esports as a platform to foster student growth.”
Vanta Leagues also provides trained esports coaches and state-of-the-art esports development programming for those schools interested in additional program growth. Vanta Coaches, combined with structured development programming, help provide players with a non-toxic environment while also teaching them how to maintain and improve their in-game skills and learn important life skills like teamwork, communication, and leadership.
SOURCE: PRNewsWire / Vanta Leagues
What is Vanta Leagues?
Vanta Leagues is a youth esports development platform that works with schools and community organizations to provide a kid-safe digital esports platform, competitive esports leagues, and expert coaching and holistic programming to kids ages 8-18.