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Rec Room Maker PVP Meetup! This Wednesday!

Rec Room Maker PVP Meetup! This Wednesday!

We’ll be meeting for our Rec Room builders to go over some basic abilities and skills each Rec Room maker will need for this competition. For our first set of meetings, we’ll be working inside a custom Laser Tag arena. We’ll manipulate abilities and customize the arena even further.

The Rec Room Maker PVP competition is where we develop VResports for ourselves. Why go with Rec Room when most multiplayer VR games are built with Unity or Unreal? Simple, we can all make VR games in Rec Room from almost any flat or VR device and the networking is for the most part, DONE. This is an inclusive VR experience design space and we are given everything we need to take our first steps into a developer role.

We’ll be running these initial sessions for a month or two to see what skill level our competitors are at and we will begin our competition builds towards the end of March. Then we’ll build till May and run test competitions for the PVP rooms over the summer.

To receive the meetup time and an invite to our Rec Room Clubhouse please join our discord and scroll through the recroom-maker-pvp channel

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Hyperdash First Crucible Meetup Sunday 5pm Central

Hyperdash First Crucible Meetup Sunday 5pm Central

We have our first crucible meet for Hyperdash this Sunday at 5pm central!

If you’d like to join please jump into our Discord and access the Hyperdash channel.

We’ll be posting the party/server to join on Sunday 2 hours before the start.

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HSVRL Representatives! What Why and How!

HSVRL Representatives! What Why and How!

The High School VR League is a community-building organization as well as the space for high school varsity VResports.

There are huge numbers of people that haven’t tried VR and we have seen how VResport helps those that have never put on a headset or tried some old mobile cardboard version years ago and saw only a toy.

To the rest of us we know what 6 DOF VR can do and how it engages anyone who tries it. It is fairly evident from the way VR is selling out and the new groups that are showing up in multiplayer environments all over cyberspace.

That’s why we are implementing the Representative system to help build that community and give you support for every aspect of your team as well as beginning that journey to turn VResports into a varsity sport everywhere in the world.

When you sign up as an HSVRL team, even when we are working with partners, you are helping to grow that high school community and legitimizing it to faculty, parents and other student.

Below in the VResports Team Building Action Plan, you’ll find how Representatives or Reps work in the league.

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HELPFUL LINKS

HSVRL Representative Application Form

To download and access links inside the PDF use the button below.

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Echo Arena Valentine’s Cup! New Tournament Features and Prizes!

Echo Arena Valentine’s Cup! New Tournament Features and Prizes!

HSVRL has partnered with the Echo VR Party League to bring new features to an already exciting VResport and a prize pool of $500 for the top teams.

The Valentine’s cup will be implementing the Representative system for team-based competitions. The Rep system is built to encourage school-based teams while still allowing others that are home school or with a virtual school group to compete. All HSVRL teams will need to find a Representative for their team before registering for competitions. The Rep is there to help bring support for the teams that are establishing themselves at a school as well as those that will have a blended membership on their teams. More information can be found on the VResports Team Building Action Plan document.

EVRPL has also been working on a handicap system that will be implemented in this new tournament. The handicap system is in place to expand the number of players that can compete in a cup. This new system has been tested and this will be its first turn on a full cup. This handicap system will lend itself to a number of new play styles and we’re excited to see how teams alter their strategies.

These new systems are designed to engage more players no matter their skill level and provide a structure that will enable the push into more schools as we work to bring VR into secondary education. When you enter this competition as an HSVRL team you are planting the VR flag at that campus and helping to bring VR into your classroom no matter where it is.

For info on the tournament check out the Valentine’s Cup Echo Arena 2021 Game Companion.

The VResports Team Building Action Plan can be found here which outlines the role of the Representative for a team and how seasons will progress with the new system.

The form to sign up Representatives can be found here as well.

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