XP League is an esports league that is modeled after classic youth sports organizations, making it easy for parents and kids to understand our programming.
Through coach and player training—that is custom-tailored by the PCA, Aim Lab, and our program directors—anyone can become a successful coach. Parents with no video game or esports experience will be able to connect with their kids on a level they had never imagined.
We incorporate teaching sportsmanship, teamwork, and positive behaviors into our programs’ DNA and reward a player each week for displaying one of our values. By integrating these values into the core format of our programming, kids see the positive reward as an exciting part of the overall experience
We provide a professional-level experience that is unmatched by any youth programming. Our players wear the same uniforms as the pros, use the same gear as the pros, and play the same games as the pros. In fact, our training program allows our players to match their progress against their favorite professional players.
Our weekly matches are live streamed so parents and families can participate in the excitement no matter where they happen to be.
At XP League, it’s all about the Xperience.
summer 2020 season
XP League’s opening season brought together teams from across the country–California, Pennsylvania, North Carolina, and Tennessee—to compete for the first XP League Overwatch Championship. Each roster included Varsity (XP Gold) and Junior Varsity (XP Silver) squads competing weekly in round-robin tournaments.
Regular coach-led practices and skill-building sessions led to some incredible results. From a Varsity powerhouse in the Nomads to a JV Cinderella story for the Whales, squads built their interpersonal skills and blossomed into strong teams. Our first season had limited spots, and the tryout sessions swiftly filled all available rosters.
Parents shared in the excitement: wearing team jerseys and watching live streams of the matches. Friends and family gathered to watch matches in parking lot tents, at home, and at watch parties. One player's family shared their story of holding virtual meetups with grandparents in the UK to watch the match together in real time.