Esports & The FUSE Cup at EduTECH




Esports tournament will be held on the Expo Floor and is specifically designed to teach students about inclusion, social values, while developing positive gaming behaviours and digital wellbeing.

Competition participants are from Schools all throughout Australia.



The FUSE Cup at EduTECH

Day 1 - Melbourne High Schools Rocket League Final

The best Year 7 & 8 Rocket Leagues players from across Melbourne will compete in pairs to become the Melbourne High School Champion and book their place to compete in State and National Finals at The FUSE Esports Festival on the Gold Coast in October.


Participating Schools:

Wesley College - Glen Waverly Campus
Wesley College - Elsternwick Campus
Wesley College - St Kilda Rd Campus
Genazzano FCJ College
Strathcona Girls Grammar
Camberwell Girls Grammar School
Yarra Valley Grammar
Marymede Catholic College
Melbourne Girls Grammar
Korowa Anglican Girls' School
Assumption College Kilmore
Lalor Secondary College

Day 2 - Melbourne Girl Gamer Mario Kart Final

The FUSE Girl Gamer Competition is a national specialised division of competitions for girls and anyone who identifies as a girl. A safe and supportive esports competition where girls don't have to worry about being outnumbered, uncomfortable or like the odd ones out...


Participating Schools:

Marymede Catholic College
Mentone Grammar School
Korowa Anglican Girls' School
Yarra Valley Grammar
Australian International Academy - Caroline Springs Secondary Campus
Methodist Ladies College
Ivanhoe Girls Grammar
Genazzano FCJ College
Invanhoe Grammar School - Buckley House





The Federation of United Schools Esports - The FUSE Cup is an international network of schools connected in providing young students with an opportunity to participate in a safe, supportive and structured national esports competition while developing positive gaming behaviours and digital wellbeing.

The FUSE Cup:

• Delivers esports competitions for schools from Asia Pacific region

• Has three age divisions – Year 5&6, Year 7&8 and Year 9&10

• Offers online Esports Courses for students

• Facilitates 3 competitions a year per division

• Online and live competitions

• Online competitions for all schools outside of Brisbane, Gold Coast, Sunshine Coast, Ipswich, Melbourne and Sydney

• Online competitions are supervised by teachers from both schools

• Is safe, structured, supervised, supportive and social

• Is inclusive and values focused

• Use Player Code of Conduct documentation for players and families

• Includes a Behaviour Management Policy that clearly outlines behavioural expectations of players

• Is age appropriate using console based games that are exclusively non- violent. No shooting games are part of The FUSE Cup

• Is focused on digital wellbeing through the development of positive gaming behaviours alongside partners, Kids Helpline

• Is coordinated by highly experienced, reputable and well respected educators

• Uses console based hardware (Nintendo Switch) - low set up cost – minimal technical or gaming experience needed - plug and play


Don’t miss The FUSE CUP at EduTECH 2023