SPONSORS

The AEL is proudly supported by

Australian Esports
University League

Open for all University students across Australia who have a passion for videogame culture and esports, the Australian Esports University League (AEUL) provides a structured and well-governed tournament for aspiring players to prove their skills among their peers and against rival universities!

AEUL tournaments will be conducted twice a year.

Communication

The AEL’s University League Discord channel will be the primary mode of communication between players and tournament officials regarding this tournament.

All players must join the AEL University League Discord channel. Teams that do not abide by this rule and miss out on communications may be subject to disqualification from the league.

Tournament Dates

Registrations Open:  February 1st
Registrations Close: March 16th
Tournament Begins: March 21th
Playoffs: May 9th – 29th

Registrations Open: June 21st
Registrations Close: August 3rd
Tournament Begins: August 8th
Playoffs: September 19th-25th*

*Dates to be confirmed

Selected Games

Format

The League will be split into two stages.

Stage 1: Groups (2 games per match)
The groups stage will consist of multiple groups of teams battling it out for their spots in the playoffs.

The top two teams from each group will advance to the Playoff Stage.

Stage 2: Playoffs (Best of 3)
The playoff stage will be an elimination bracket with the top teams from the group stage.

5v5
Platform: PC

Prizes

1st place: $2000
2nd place: $625
3rd place: $250
*prizes are per season

Schedule

All Dota 2 matches are played
on Thursdays from 8:00pm AEDT*

*TBC

Terms & Conditions of entry

  • Students must be enrolled at an Australian University
  • All members of a team must be from the same institution
  • All players must provide Proof of Enrollment or equivalent for confirmation

Format

The League will be split into two stages.

Stage 1: Groups (Best of 5)
The groups stage will consist of multiple groups of teams battling it out for their spots in the playoffs.

The top two teams from each group will advance to the Playoff Stage.

Stage 2: Playoffs (Best of 7)
The playoff stage will be an elimination bracket with the top teams from the group stage.

3v3
Platform: PC, PS, XBOX & Nintendo Switch

Prizes

1st place: $1200
2nd place: $375
3rd place: $150
*prizes are per season

Schedule

All Rocket League matches are played
on Wednesdays from 8:00pm AEDT*

*TBC

Terms & Conditions of entry

  • Students must be enrolled at an Australian University
  • All members of a team must be from the same institution
  • All players must provide Proof of Enrollment or equivalent for confirmation

Format

The League will be split into two stages.

Stage 1: Groups (2 maps per match)
The groups stage will consist of multiple groups of teams battling it out for their spots in the playoffs.

The top two teams from each group will advance to the Playoff Stage.

Stage 2: Playoffs (Best of 3)
The playoff stage will be an elimination bracket with the top teams from the group stage.

5v5
Platform: PC

Prizes

1st place: $2000
2nd place: $625
3rd place: $250
*prizes are per season

Schedule

All CSGO matches are played
on Friday from 8:00pm AEDT*

*TBC

Terms & Conditions of entry

  • Students must be enrolled at an Australian University
  • All members of a team must be from the same institution
  • All players must provide Proof of Enrollment or equivalent for confirmation

Format

The League will be split into two stages.

Stage 1: Groups (2 maps per match)
The groups stage will consist of multiple groups of teams battling it out for their spots in the playoffs.

The top two teams from each group will advance to the Playoff Stage.

Stage 2: Playoffs (Best of 3)
The playoff stage will be an elimination bracket with the top teams from the group stage.

5v5
Platform: PC

Prizes

1st place: $2000
2nd place: $625
3rd place: $250
*prizes are per season

Schedule

All Siege matches are played
on Sundays from 8:00pm AEDT*

*TBC

Terms & Conditions of entry

  • Students must be enrolled at an Australian University
  • All members of a team must be from the same institution
  • All players must provide Proof of Enrollment or equivalent for confirmation

NEWS

Australian Esports University League kicks off with 28 Universities in Semester 1!

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Registrations for Semester 1 are in for the 2021 Australian Esports University League (AEUL) featuring a total of 564 Students forming 110 Teams from 28 Universities across 4 Games! Students…

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