Super League Gaming’s ‘Minecraft City Champs’ Is Streaming NOW On Nickelodeon’s YouTube!

Super League Gaming is the world’s premier platform for amateur gamers to experience their sport like the pros. Through sixteen City Clubs organized into four regions throughout the country, gamers of all ages and skill levels play on teams in both local and national competitions that blend in-person and digital gameplay.

Now, Super League Gaming has teamed up with Nickelodeon to broadcast the Minecraft City Champs digital series on Nickelodeon’s official YouTube channel!

Check out the official trailer below.

Enter and explore the many facets of the world of competitive esports for kids. Super League Gaming’s Minecraft City Champs follows four hopeful players as they compete to advance to the Grand Finals of this premier national competition, where only one team can be crowned City Champs.

These are two of the youngest competitors, and frankly, it’s great to see young women (this one’s named Ella) in gaming, even at a young age. It should be interesting to see if she, like many other women in gaming, is the target of a troll attack in the not-too-distant future.

Hopefully, she’ll take home a win and be strong enough to face it, if it indeed comes to her door. But, more importantly, we here at Fuzzable hope that it doesn’t happen to her at all!

Featuring six episodes that explore the many sides in the community of esports for kids, the all-new show follows four young players from across the country — Dermot, Ella, Scottie, and Leo — as they compete to advance to the Grand Finals of the national Minecraft City Champs competition.

Who will emerge victoriously? You’ll have to tune into Nickelodeon’s YouTube channel to find out!

Do you like playing Minecraft? What are some of your favorite video games? And would you ever compete in an esports tournament? Tweet us at @Fuzzable and let us know your thoughts!

Written by Bernadette Giacomazzo

Bernadette Giacomazzo is an editor, writer, and photographer whose work has appeared in The Source, XXL, HipHopWired, Teen Vogue, People, Us Weekly, The Los Angeles Times, The New York Post, and more. She is also the author of The Uprising series. Find her online at and

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