Unlimited plan for $2,400
Unlimited plan for $1,800
$0 (Free) for all participating unified teams in eligible states, no team limit
Only applies to teams enrolled in the Special Olympics Unified Leagues
The Unified League is available for schools in the following states:
Arkansas, Arizona, California, Colorado, Connecticut, Delaware, Florida, Illinois, Indiana, Louisiana, Michigan, Missouri, Montana, North Dakota, New York, New Jersey, Nebraska, New Mexico, Ohio, Oklahoma, Texas, Utah, Vermont, Virginia, Washington, and Wyoming.
Q: When will my school be charged?
A: An invoice is issued within 3 to 5 business days after your contract has been signed, or enrollment closes. Find more in the Billing Guide.
Q: Does PlayVS offer payment plans?
A: We do not currently offer payment plans.
Q: What makes a pass used?
A: Excluding scrimmages and preseason matches, a pass is used when a player is on the starting roster at match time.
Q: Does a “bench” player (substitute) require a pass?
A: No, as long as they were never a part of the starting roster at match time.
Q: What is a “player”?
A: A player represents one competing player, each season, per title (game).
Q: Can a player play on multiple teams in the same esport in the same season?
Q: Can a player play on multiple teams in different esports in the same season?
Q: Do unused passes rollover?
A: Passes rollover from one season to the next within the same school year, but does not rollover from one school year to the next. Forfeits and incomplete season participation may affect rollover pass eligibility.
Q: What are overages and when do they occur?
A: Overages occur if you add a player to compete after your invoice has been settled. Find more in the Billing Guide.
Q: Does PlayVS offer discounts for Title 1?
A: Yes, see pricing above.
Q: Can I qualify for multiple discounts?
A: Yes, but only for Title I schools.
Q: How much does equipment cost?
A: Hardware costs vary depending on what you currently have and what esports you want to play. See this Hardware Network Specifications help article for more information. Nintendo hardware (and software) is available to select schools.
Q: Is Canadian pricing in CAD?
Q: Do Unified players need a seat/pass?