Due to guidance from the State of Michigan on the Covid-19 outbreak, the Winter 2020 Playoffs have been postponed until April 25, 2020. The Spring 2020 Season Roster Deadline has been extended to April 24, 2020.
Winter 2020 Playoffs
- 8:00 AM
- Pinckney, MI
The Winter 2020 Playoffs are here! Join us for the big day and the final battles as teams compete for the State Champion titles in League of Legends and Fortnite. This event is open to the public ($5 admission per person).Press Release
Spring 2020 Season Starts
- 4:00 PM
The delayed MiHSEF 2020 Spring Season starts today with the first matches of Rocket League!! Stay tuned for more information.
MiHSEF is organized and operated by educators from our own Michigan schools! This insures the best student experience and the highest level of quality play.
Our focus is entirely on the student experience in high school esports. Because of this, we are non profit and our organization is free to join.
Whether you are just starting or have an established team ready to pwn some noobs, join us and compete against local schools in a tight community.
Welcome to MiHSEF We're glad you're here!
Welcome to Michigan High School Esports Federation, a free-to-join educational non profit esports organization and league created by teachers for students. Our vision is to create a world where electronic sports are embraced as a positive educational and developmental change agent for all students. We would like to extend this welcome to all students, coaches, administrators, and parents of those interested in participating.
Esports! What is it?
Esports is an ever growing and ever changing group of electronic game competitions. We here at the Michigan High School Esports Federation have a singular mission to empower educational institutions with the direction, support and educational resources to implement, maintain and compete in electronic sports initiatives for all Michigan high school students. Within this organization we are striving to give you and your students the best possible accommodations for educational value, competition, involvement, and recruitment.
What games?Age appropriate only.
The maximum rating that will be considered for a Michigan High School Esports Federation sanctioned game is TEEN, which is suitable for students 13 and up. Competitive games for the 2019-2020 school year include Overwatch, League of Legends, Rocket League, Fortnite and Super Smash Bros.