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December Community Events Announced
We will be running Pokemon, Artifact and PUBG tournaments throughout the month of December! We will be taking a break from Community Tournaments in January during exam season, so be sure to take part whilst you can! In other news, Splatoon 2 results!
British University Esports Championship Winter Finals Review
The Winter term has come to an end and with it the inaugural winter season of the British University Esports Championship has drawn to a close. Over 3,000 players comprising 500 teams competed across six championship tournaments.
NSE 2019 Charity Partner - SpecialEffect
Find out more about the incredible work that SpecialEffect do and the difference they make to the lives of gamers all around the country and how you can get involved as well!
Community Tournament Proposals Now Open!
We are now taking suggestions for future Community Tournaments! Be sure to fill in the form if you want to see us run a game that you enjoy! In other news... DBFZ tournament results!
Next Three Community Tournaments Announced
We're going to be taking a short break from community tournaments this Saturday, but be sure to tune in on Saturday 17th November where we will be kicking off again, this time with a Dragon Ball FighterZ tournament!
Warwick Wins our First Fortnite 2v2 Competition
12 teams enter, but only one team can take home £15 worth of vbucks each. Who would be taking home the crown? Spoiler Alert: It's Warwick!
LVP (Forge of Champions) Internships
We’ve partnered with LVP (League of Videogames Professionals), the company behind Forge of Champions, the UK’s premier League of Legends competition, to bring three incredible opportunities to students nationwide.
Pathway to Pro - An Interview With Top UK Player Seb "Numlocked" Barton
Becoming in a professional player in one genre is hard, but to do it in two takes something really special. Seb “Numlocked” Barton is a career professional gamer from Devon who has achieved just that. He’s been kind enough to share some of his insights.
British University Esports Championship
Kicking off in October, the British University Esports Championship has one purpose: to identify the country’s top performing esports universities. For the first time ever, the efforts of every team across numerous games will be aggregated to crown the UK’s first Esports University of the Year.

Latest News

December Community Events Announced
We will be running Pokemon, Artifact and PUBG tournaments throughout the month of December! We will be taking a break from Community Tournaments in January during exam season, so be sure to take part whilst you can! In other news, Splatoon 2 results!
British University Esports Championship Winter Finals Review
The Winter term has come to an end and with it the inaugural winter season of the British University Esports Championship has drawn to a close. Over 3,000 players comprising 500 teams competed across six championship tournaments.
NSE 2019 Charity Partner - SpecialEffect
Find out more about the incredible work that SpecialEffect do and the difference they make to the lives of gamers all around the country and how you can get involved as well!
Winter Championship Finals Event
We're pleased to announce that the finals for the NSE Winter Championships will be held at [ALT] Gaming Lounge in Nottingham on the 8th and 9th of December.
Community Tournament Proposals Now Open!
We are now taking suggestions for future Community Tournaments! Be sure to fill in the form if you want to see us run a game that you enjoy! In other news... DBFZ tournament results!
Next Splatfest Announced: Eat It vs. Save It
Don't forget that tomorrow we will be hosting a DBFZ Tournament! But if that does not interest you, we now have our next event confirmed for the 24th November!
Next Three Community Tournaments Announced
We're going to be taking a short break from community tournaments this Saturday, but be sure to tune in on Saturday 17th November where we will be kicking off again, this time with a Dragon Ball FighterZ tournament!
Farewell Smash 4... and welcome Super Smash Bros Ultimate!
NSE says goodbye to Super Smash Bros Wii U by throwing a tournament to allow university players to face each other on the Battlefield one last time. Who will crown themselves the champions of Smash... or at least until SSBU comes out!