Bring Esports to your school with The FUSE Cup
The FUSE Cup is an international network of schools connected in providing students with an opportunity to participate in a safe, supportive & structured Esports competition.
With age appropriate games and a focus on digital wellbeing – teaching about controlling gaming addictions, gambling, sleep and more, with support from the Kids Helpline and The Office of the eSafety Commissioner – The FUSE Cup are a great organisation that we are excited to be partnered with.
What is The FUSE Cup?
The FUSE Cup is coordinated by leading, internationally regarded and respected educators with vast experience in implementing excellent programs within various school settings. We are committed to providing all students with a fun, challenging and rewarding Esports experience.
Has three age divisions – Year 5&6, Year 7&8 and Year 9&10
Utilise Player Code of Conduct documentation for players and families
Values focused – safe, inclusive, structured, supportive & social
Focused on digital wellbeing, developing positive gaming behaviours alongside partners, Kids Helpline and supported by The Office of the eSafety Commissioner
As adults, we understand that our wellbeing is multifaceted. The FUSE Cup know that leading a balanced lifestyle of regular physical activity with emotional and social connections with others is good for our mental, social, emotional and physical wellbeing. But what about our digital wellbeing? And, how could unstructured and excessive gaming impact us?
This is exactly why The FUSE Cup are so passionate about helping students develop positive gaming behaviours early on. Students need to understand that excessive gaming can have long lasting negative impacts on many aspects of their lives. Through partnerships with professional Esports teams like Order, students hear first hand from professional players how excessive gaming is not only damaging but actually leads to poor performance.