Reaching your Parents
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Many parents are either skeptical or unaware of esports at the high school level. Host a parent night to educate them about it. Have machines set up to showcase the games. Include a time to go over the benefits, expectations, and FAQs for your new program.

Have handouts ready for parents, including our Parent Guide, Parent Night Handout, and Permission Slip.

Once parents understand the benefits to esports, most become supportive of the program. You may even have some wanting to participate.

Opportunities for parent involvement:

  • Stream matches for live remote viewing

  • Fundraising support

  • Provide match-day snacks

  • Analyze pro games with their player

  • Monitor chats or social media

  • Discuss learnings from each match including the social-emotional impact of working in a team to achieve success.

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