About the championship
The League of Legends Intervarsity Championship is a semester-based esports competition that strengthens the competitive spirit between universities nationally.
Competitors can form friendships and rivalries with their peers across Australia, while vying for prizes and showcasing their skills at the highest level of esports.
- 8 March
- Registrations open
- 22 March
- Registrations close
- 8 April
- Weekly rounds start
- 20 May
- Quarter finals
- 27 May
- Semi finals
- 3 June
- Grand final
Semester 2 Season
Registrations are closed! Stay tuned to register for Semester 1 2021.
Entries cost $125 per team for the 10 week season.
Teams will be split into groups for a round robin format of eight rounds, with teams vying to determine playoff seeding.
The top six teams of each group will be seeded into a single elimination bracket to determine the Semester 2 intervarsity champion.
Only one team from each university can enter the competition, and all competitors must be current students of the university they are representing.
Register your team through your university's sport program. Registrations cost $125 per team, and all entry fees contribute to the prize pool.
Registrations are limited to one team per university.
Training and development
We want to grow competitive gaming among universities and foster a spirit of international competition in the esports arena. To help our students become the best, we're providing them with opportunities and experiences to help them success in the competitive gaming scene.
QUT students have access to exciting opportunities, competitive and social events, training and mentorship programs, and work-integrated learning experiences that get them ready for the real world of professional esports.
QUT Tigers Academy
The QUT Tigers Academy provides a consolidated pathway toward becoming a professional esports player. Players are supported with high-performance coaching, fitness, nutrition and sport psychology.
Our students gain valuable skills across a range of technical disciplines linked with industry. QUT's work-integrated learning program is integrated with our esports events, giving students real-world experience.
QUT Tigers Academy
QUT Esports is home to Australia’s first university-funded League of Legends player development program – the QUT Tigers Academy.
The academy provides QUT students with a consolidated pathway towards becoming a professional esports player. By joining the academy, students are provided with professional performance coaching, fitness and nutrition support, academic support under the Elite Athlete Program, access to QUT’s state-of-the-art esports facilities, and opportunities to compete at local, national and international levels.
Semester 1 2021 applications will open towards the end of the year
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