To run a successful esports Club, you’ll need the support of stakeholders like your board of education, administrators, and the IT department. Share our getting started resources with stakeholders so everyone can do their part to make esports in your school a success. Don’t forget your most important stakeholders: students! Consider having an interest meeting or using a survey to give students a voice in your esports Club creation process!
An advisor is the school or community org-appointed adult responsible for supervising participants and overseeing the day-to-day operations of your esports Club. An advisor doesn’t have to be a gamer. An advisor just has to be an adult who is excited to support students in growing thier esports Club.
Our rules ensure that every esports Club is an inclusive space for all students where everyone can use esports as a platform to grow! Review the GSE Rules and Code of Conduct to make sure Garden State Esports will meet the needs of your esports iniative and that your school or community organziation is able to uphold the high standards that GSE has for all its members.
Download and fill out the GSE Membership Application. Your Club Advisor will be the main contact for your program. Your principal or community org leader must sign the application as well to be accepted as an official member. Once the Membership Application is signed and dated, upload it here.
Once we recieve your complete Membership Application, a member of the GSE team will reach out to your Club Advisor to schedule a call to go over next steps and answer any questions you may have. After that, it’s game on! Welcome to Garden State Esports!