Frequently asked questions
- Rocket League is rated appropriate for all ages. Any Queensland high school student can compete.
- Rainbow Six Siege is rated mature audiences MA15+. Our license can only allow students aged 16 & above particpate in our Rainbow Six Siege Leagues.
What days do we play?
- Rocket League: Monday afternoons at 4:30PM AEST
- Rainbow Six Siege: Thursday afternoons at 4:20PM AEST
Where does our team play?
- From the classroom
- From a 3rd party facility such as a university or neighbouring school
- From home and meet up online
What equipment do I need to compete?
Rocket League is a cross-platform game, meaning teams can join up online regardless of what console they’re using. Players will need stable internet, a headset and microphone for communication as well as a recently free copy of the game on one of the following platforms:
Rainbow Six Siege is not a cross platform game, meaning we only support PC for our Leagues. Players will need stable internet, a headset and microphone for communication as well as a copy of the game on PC:
- Base Game – Base game Operators only.
- Deluxe Edition – Access to 16 Operators from Year 1 & 2.
- Gold Edition – Operators from Year 1 & 2 plus the Year 5 Pass.
- Ultimate Edition – 32 Operators from Year 1, 2, 3, 4 & Year 5 Pass. (Recommended for access to all Operators)
The more Operators you have access to, affects your team’s in-game strategies & counters against your opposing teams.
What other games are available?
Currently, Rocket League, Rainbow Six Siege are available however we’re looking into new esports for 2021! Let us know what esport you want to see next year by sending us an email.