There are many different perspectives on what constitutes electronic sports, or esports, but put simply, esports is competitive video-gaming at a professional or semi-professional level.
The main aims of the Ormeau esports club is to develop positive gaming behaviours and educate students on subjects like digital wellbeing, sporting values and healthy gaming choices which are taught in a safe, supportive and structured environment.
The club runs before school as an extra curricular option on both Tuesdays and Fridays from 8am to 8:40am during each term. Students will engage in coaching, skill development and a variety of teambuilding experiences. The titles chosen for the esports experience are age appropriate and facilitate the Nintendo Switch as the platform of choice. This ensures a safe, offline environment for the students to hone their skills.
Along with many other state and private schools, we are proud to announce we have registered to be a member of the FUSE Cup.
To cover the operating costs of the esports club, please be advised that there will be a cost of $20 per student per term. Please note, this is a non-for-profit club and all money will go towards the ongoing operational costs of the esports club. This includes, but is not limited to, ongoing equipment maintenance and game purchases, competition registration, etc.
Unfortunately the club is currently full however there will be a new expression of interest sent out towards the end of term 3 for our term 4 intake.
If you have any questions or enquiries please email