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The Australian Esports League (AEL) is thrilled to announce the winners of the Term 2 AEL High Schools Esports Cup. The competition saw fierce battles across multiple games, showcasing the incredible talent and sportsmanship of high school students from all over Australia. Congratulations to all the participants and especially to the champions who emerged victorious in their respective divisions and games.

Rocket League

In Rocket League, teams competed in three divisions, each displaying exceptional skill and teamwork.

Division 1 Winners:

  1. Forest Lake Lions Blue from Forest Lake State High School
  2. Lakers Legends 1 from The Lakes College
  3. Ripley Raptors from Ripley Valley State Secondary College

Division 2 Winners:

  1. Lakers Legends 2 from The Lakes College
  2. Mog Squad from Tamborine Mountain State High School
  3. Craigslea Conquerors from Craigslea State High School

Division 3 Winners:

  1. BDC Barracudas from Bishop Druitt College
  2. ACSHS_RL from Albany Creek State High School
  3. Hills Grammar Team 1 from Hills Grammar School

Overwatch 2

Overwatch 2 teams brought strategic prowess and dynamic gameplay to the forefront in two divisions.

Division 1 Winners:

  1. Brisbane SDE Griffins from Brisbane School of Distance Education
  2. KGSCOW from Kelvin Grove State College
  3. Hillbrook Blue from Hillbrook Anglican School

Division 2 Winners:

  1. ACSHS C.G.K from Albany Creek State High School
  2. Humanitas Hooligans from Humanitas High School
  3. Hillbrook Red from Hillbrook Anglican School


The Trackmania competition saw some thrilling high-speed races, with the top three racers finishing with impressive times.


  1. CRAZYBUSDRIVER9 from Wyndham College
  2. ZandonPlayz from Forest Lake State High School
  3. nickgaiming146 from Forest Lake State High School

Super Smash Bros. Ultimate

The Super Smash Bros. Ultimate tournament showcased incredible individual skill in both the top 10 and the consolation bracket.

Top 10 Winners:

  1. Mumrulesohyeah from Mornington
  2. Ramen from St Lukes Catholic College
  3. Ace_02 from John Paul College – Daisy Hill

Consolation Bracket Winners:

  1. Gr3nade from Albany Creek State High School
  2. CPU26 from Albany Creek State High School
  3. AVGPlayer3 from John Paul College – Daisy Hill

Esports provides numerous benefits to students, including the development of strategic thinking, teamwork, and communication skills. Participating in esports fosters a sense of community and belonging, promotes problem-solving abilities, and encourages students to balance their academic and gaming commitments effectively. The discipline and dedication required to succeed in esports are invaluable life skills that extend far beyond the gaming arena.

We extend our heartfelt gratitude to all the schools, teachers, and administrators for their unwavering support and participation. Your commitment to fostering an environment where students can excel in esports is truly commendable. We look forward to the continued growth and success of the AEL High Schools Esports League and are excited to see even more schools and students join us in the future.

Stay tuned for more updates and highlights from the Australian Esports League. Be sure to follow us on our social media channels and visit our website for the latest news and events in the world of esports.

For more information about the AEL High Schools Esports Cup, visit AEL Schools or contact us at [email protected]