Summary

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 earning points for their university and prizes worth over £5,000.

 

Spring term signup and start dates

Signups for the NSE Spring term will open mid January with the Championships starting early February.

 

The British University Esports Championship Points Table

Taking inspiration from British Universities and Colleges Sport (BUCS), whose points table is a key consideration for prospective students evaluating their universities, the table showcases the UK’s top esports universities and provides an ongoing benchmark for developing societies. Each tournament that contributes points to the overall Championship has been carefully designed to cater to players of every skill level. While specific formats will vary from game to game, the majority of players will have an opportunity to compete in divisional playoffs and vie for glory. While teams competing in each game’s Championship playoff will earn the most points for their university, almost every team will contribute points to their university’s overall score.

 

Esports University of the Year

At the end of each year, the university with the most points earned across all contributing tournaments will be crowned “Esports University of the Year”. In addition to the prestigious title, which we believe will prove a valuable sponsorship asset for teams and encourage greater administrative support, the winning university will receive a package of 40 society hoodies from the awesome team at Raven with exclusive 2018/19 BUEC champion branding.

 

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