XP HSL Rainbow Six Siege
REGISTRATIONS – Open 27th June
The registration fee covers the overall HSL program; giving schools access to resources, materials, discounts with our sponsors and reserves a spot in the roster for that season.
- FEE: $30 Per Student
- SIGN UPS CLOSE: Close of Business, 24th July 2020
- Make sure to download the PDF file after registering in your account page and or in your confirmation email “XP-HSL-After-Purchase-Steps.pdf”
XP Esports are proud to announce the brand-new Rainbow Six Siege High School League.
This exciting competition will be open to all High Schools across Australia. Teams will compete in an 8-week round robin competition which will be open to students 16 and above.
- Open to students 16 and above
- Open to a maximum of 8 national High School teams
- Only 1 team per school allowed
- Matches are every Thursday from 4:30PM AEST
- Each team will play 1 match in a best of 2 Maps format.
- 1 match each week will be streamed to the XP Esports Twitch channel.
- XP Esports will be creating the private lobby’s and every match will be recorded & accessible by us for streaming
- Each team will play from a remote location and join up online.
- Each team must have a teacher.
- Each team may have a coach (can also be the teacher).
- PC Only, players can plug in a controller into a PC to use if they prefer.
- Each player will be required to own or use a school’s copy of Rainbow Six Siege. If they choose to play on a friend’s/family member’s account, then they must stick with the same account all season.
- Week 1, Round Robin Round 1: 30th July
- Week 2, Round Robin Round 2: 6th August
- Week 3, Round Robin Round 3: 13th August
- Week 4, Round Robin Round 4: 20th August
- Week 5, Round Robin Round 5: 27th August
- Week 6, Round Robin Round 6: 3rd September
- Week 7, Round Robin Round 7: 10th September
- FINALS, Single Elimination Finals Night, Playoff for 1st Place & Playoff for 3rd Place: 17th September
Discord will be used as the main point of contact for each team where they can talk to the XP Esports team, other schools, access codes, post highlights and organise scrims. Teachers are required to create a Discord account so they can be added to the XP HSL Server.
In order to maintain fair and just game play, teams who register to compete in any XP Esports tournament agree to the tournament rules as found here.