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Esports

Edgewood Elite EsportsThe Edgewood Elite Esports team is a founding member of the Wisconsin High School Esports Association (WIHSEA) league. Esports provides an engaging experience to prepare athletes for college level gaming, focusing on good sportsmanship, athletic achievement and fierce competition. The team is coached by 2007 EHS alumnus and EHS Technology Director Ben Mund.

The Edgewood Esports team was named a 2022 "Who's Who" in Wisconsin Esports by the Milwaukee Esports Alliance (MKEsports)


The Wisconsin High School Esports Association is adding a third season for 2022-23, offering more games (changes are in bold):

  • Overwatch (Fall/Spring)
  • Smash Bros/SMITE (Fall)
  • Rocket League/Fortnite (Winter)
  • League of Legends / Valorant (Spring)

2021-22 EHS Esports season highlights:

  • Back-to-back Overwatch State Champions
  • "Border Battle" Overwatch Champions
  • Rocket League Division 2 State Runner-up
  • 2 players made All-State (WIHSEA); 1 player made All-American (NAECAD)

Team Store

Watch for a new dedicated Esports Team Store that will be available year-round to better serve our players and fans.


Remodel of Esports Arena, room 218
  • All new carpet, paint, and counters.
  • The front viewing/event area will still seat over 80 students, with dual 100" projector screens for events.
  • The Esports Arena was expanded out an additional 6 feet and interior walls have been removed to allow for more of an open concept.
  • The Console Area has been moved into its own space, with twice the available seating. Stools will be replaced with more comfortable modular furniture.
  • The casting area will now get its own Broadcasting Room, closed off from the rest of the space for sound isolation. This includes new media production hardware such as customizable lighting, casting microphones, and a guest/assistant desk.
  • We have integrated 8 new cameras into the space for live streaming, including dedicated "Player Cams" in the Varsity section, allowing us to see the players as they compete.
  • The arena can now support 50% more computers (18 up from 12) - allowing us to offer more spots to players, and compete in more games.
  • The Varsity section is getting all new gaming stations, suitable for professional competitions.