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 from across Australia, representing their University, are competing in the AEL’s national University league in Dota 2, CS:GO, Rocket League and Rainbow 6: Siege to win a share of the $10,350 Prize Pool and bragging rights as the strongest university in esports!
Participating students will complete online with matches broadcast live on to the AEL’s Facebook page covering over 100 hours of match play this Semester.
In 2021 the AEUL is proudly supported by a number of partners who share a passion for gaming and esports in Australia. These partners are:
- Chatime Australia the presenting partner returning for their second year and sharing our love for Bubble Tea, choose your favourite flavour at chatime.com.au;
- AOC the exclusive gaming monitor partner returning for their fourth year, get the best gaming experience with an AOC monitor at au.aoc.com;
- Indomie Australia the exclusive noodle partner returning for their third year, feed your game with Indomie and pick a flavour at indomie.com.au;
- RIG the exclusive gaming headset partner who give gamers what it takes to win, check out their range at nacomgaming.com.
The AEL is committed to developing grassroots competitions that promotes healthy participation in esports that is focused on building community and showcasing talent. Students at any university can join their on campus esports club to get involved, play and show their support for their university’s teams.
AEUL Semester 1 Schedule:
- Groups Phase – 15th March to 28th May
- Finals – 5th-6th June
To find out more, visit the AEL University Website.
Esports is the sport of playing video games. Students participating in organised esports experience similar benefits to any other sport! Esports involves team work, sportspersonship, communication and strategy.
Players who participate in esports programs are found to have a higher interest in STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics) and develop valuable life skills such as…
- Improved hand-eye coordination
- Improved attention & visual acuity
- Problem solving & strategy skill development
- Boosts self-confidence and player socialisation
Esports promotes participation
As more students take an active interest in Video Gaming esports provides an structured activity centered around a hobby they love. Esports encourages participation in a social team environment where students can make new friends, develop their skills and experience the benefits of sport.
The AEL encourages all participants to incorporate physical exercise, nutrition and balanced study during their regime.