EGF is a team of lifelong gamers and sports nerds building the infrastructure for collegiate and high school esports across the United States through leagues, platform, and esports media.
Today, EGF is the governing body for collegiate (EGFC) and high school (EGFH) esports leagues - designed specifically for administratively endorsed programs - as the NCAA does for traditional sports.
In addition to overseeing esports competitions, EGF works with administrators at universities and high schools across the country to develop esports programs that create competitive teams, educational programming, and positive social impact.
If you'd like to bring esports to your university or high school, use the contact form to get in touch!
EGFH is a national high school esports league operated by EGF. As the first state-endorsed high school esports league in the world, EGFH gives schools the opportunity to embrace how many students already choose to spend their time, in a structured environment that presents unique competitive and educational opportunities, and delivers authentic experiences to students. Read more here.
EGFC is a national collegiate esports league designed for formalized esports programs. Building on the model used in traditional sports, EGFC governs the league including a competitive season and works with administrators to develop competitive and educational programs on campus. Read more here.
EGFM is the home for all of EGF's media - broadcasting EGFH and EGFC matches and original content, producing league matches, championships, and conferences for EGF members. In addition, EGFM provides training for esports broadcasters and producers through EGFM's internal programs, and through partnerships with schools developing courses and degrees focused on esports media.
The EGF team comes from backgrounds in esports and higher education to build the best possible organization to bring esports to high schools and universities across the US and around the world. Meet our team: