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VR Esports League Continues Push into High Schools with Echo Arena Tournament

The High School VR League continues to introduce immersive esports to high school students across North America and announces the Echo Arena Zone War tournament with a 6-week mini-season starting July 12 that culminates in a Lightning Final on August 29.

Ready At Dawn’s Echo Arena has been blazing a trail for competitive VR since it was released in July 2017 and featured in the Oculus-sponsored ESL-run VR League at Oculus Connect 4. The game continues to grow as a popular option for VR enthusiasts and esports fans, but it’s of particular importance for those who want to see immersive esports at high schools.

Read the rest of this article at VR Fitness Insider.

Sonya Haskinshttps://www.vrcommunitybuilders.com/
Sonya Haskins has been involved in VR esports as a professional player, marketing expert, and consultant. She has written extensively about competitive events and community-building opportunities for VR Fitness Insider, VR League.gg, and VR Esports.com.

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