Give all young people an opportunity to play esports casually and competitively at a local, state and national level.
HOW DOES IT WORK?
We help young people find purpose in the way they play video games by leveraging their passion in esports towards personal and academic outcomes.
HOW DOES IT WORK?
COMMUNITY, SAFETY, SUPPORT
Through safe servers and our supportive community, young people can explore their interests and understand their roles and responsibilities online.
Esports is a sport for everyone. From FG Community Club Events to the National Championships and beyond, Esports is fun and exciting for all. So if you're new to esports, want to play casually or dream of going pro, you can find a version of esports that's right for you.
Start your journey in esports here! Enter a Minecraft competition or test your skills in our CSGO 1v1 tournaments. Club events offer a variety of games that suit everyones interests.
2 Regional Leagues
Regional Leagues are the next step for those who are ready to venture into a competitive season of esports.
3 The Invitational
Take the final challenge against the best school teams in Australia in this National Championship event.
What Flaktest Gaming offers schools, parents and young gamers
Represent a team in one of many games available in our regional and national leagues.
What are the games
Know who your child plays with and when through Flaktest Gaming and your school club.
Our organisations pastoral care system supports Teacher Representatives, parents/guardians and young gamers.
Info coming soon
Our skilled team builds unique solutions for your school club and for the players.
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Start your journey towards a career in esports through a league or as one of the many Flaktest Volunteers.
Info coming soon
Run by educators
Flaktest Gaming is made by teachers, for schools. Find out how our team look to help schools engage young gamers.
Watch the 2018 Trailer
Flaktest Gaming's Season 2018 presents the classics and some new titles to the league. The exciting feature for this year is the Flaktest Gaming community club events. 2018 is going to be a fantastic year of youth esports.
PLAY. REPRESENT. HAVE FUN
Flaktest Gaming Season 2018 programs teach young people the skills to play esports, through organised club events, regional leagues and national championships.
Community Club Events
for FG High School Esports club members
Be a part of an esports club
Build your esports team
Major Regional Competition
Great for established esport teams
Build your Club Status
10 Week season
Grand Final in every region
Earn your place in "The Invitational"
Open to Regional Finalists & Wild Card entry winners
2 week major event
Take home the Flaktest GamingChampionship Cup
Pathways to Pro
What previous players say
There has never been a dull moment and all the endeavours of the program have provided me with amazing knowledge of not only the corporate side of entrepreneurship, but also the endless possibilities of both the gaming world and technology as a whole. Flaktest has helped me to find exactly what I want to do after I finish university and given me even more motivation to push myself past the boundaries of expectation, to find out exactly what I can accomplish
Rhiannon - FG Volunteer
A place to grow and connect
I honestly love Flaktest Gaming and everything that they represent. I have always volunteered at gaming events and my current career involves teaching students in the I.T area, so when I heard about Flakest and what they do I needed to get involved. I wanted to do more for my community and show high school students that there is a place for everyone to grow and connect with each other where we all have something in common, games!
Bianca - Community Manager / FG Edu / Twitch Streamer
It's more than just a game
To show schools that there is a pathway for those students who aren't necessarily athletically gifted or interested, but rather have a passion for the gaming industry.
Jesse - Commentator and Community Manager
Learn something new
I joined Flaktest Gaming to help out a friend with an event he was running because it sounded interesting. I didn't realise back then I'd be walking into an organisation spreading across Australia that both facilitates youth competitive gaming and educates about the benefits of gaming.
Adrian - Events & Community Manager
Co Founder / CEO
Passion and grit are the drivers for personal mastery and success. Brett Sullivan is a High School
Teacher, Pastoral care leader,
co-founder and CEO of Flaktest
With over 12 years experience
in the IT, Esports and Education
industry, Brett drives the vision
and strategic outcomes for
Flaktest Gaming, youth esports
Co Founder / CTO
Support is a fundamental component to personal success. Jacob Curulli is a Learning Technologies
Expert, IT System Analyst,
co-founder and CTO of Flaktest
With over 10 years experience in
media and IT, Jacob creates and
manages systems and media
for Flaktest Gaming and youth
Co Founder / COO
Service and community
brings belonging and
Alexandra Lambert is currently
studying Law and her background
is in policy making; employment
and youth services.
With a range of experience in
both the community and corporate
sectors, Alie assists with
the daily operations of Faktest
Co Founder / CCO
The nurturing of one’s
passion builds confidence
Pete is the Chief Communications
and Content Officer of
Flaktest Gaming, and is a Commercial
Radio Broadcaster, Professional
Public Speaker, and
With over 15 years in the Commercial
Radio and Content
Industry coupled with a Commerce
Pete creates and executes content
outcomes with a deep
understanding of people’s behaviour