Esports, sanctioned by the Arizona Interscholastic Association, was added to the sports offerings at Brophy and other high schools around the state beginning with the 2019-20 school year. The AIA hosts two seasons of esports — one in the fall and one in the spring. The games selected by the AIA are Rocket League, League of Legends and Super Smash Bros. Ultimate which run each season.

The competition culminates in an AIA state championship tournament for each game. Brophy has won the AIA championship titles for League of Legends in ’19, ’20 and ’21 and Rocket League in ’19 and ’20.  This spring, they picked up the inaugural AIA championship for Super Smash Bros. Ultimate. 
Brophy also participates in the PlayVS Rec League and PlayVS Youth League. PlayVS runs state, regional and national tournaments throughout the year for various games. These tournaments culminate in championships. Brophy fields Overwatch, Rocket League and Fortnite teams that compete in these PlayVs tournaments. Brophy's Overwatch team won the ‘20 fall Mountain Regional championship title and the spring '21 Pacific Regional championship title. 
Brophy's esports lab is located in the Innovation Commons. This state-of-the-art lab is home to all of Brophy’s esports teams and hosts open lab hours for all students.
Students who are interested in participating in Esports at Brophy should contact for more information.


Mr. Jake Kelly 
Ms. Shawna Khan
Mr. Kyle McCoy