British Esports is proud to announce that England, Northern Ireland, Scotland and Wales have all qualified for the Commonwealth Esports Championships Playoffs, ahead of the Finals, at the International Convention Centre, Birmingham, on 6th and 7th August.
Competing against 28 other nations from across the 72 members of the Commonwealth, Esports England, Esports Wales, Esports Northern Ireland and Esports Scotland, will be representing the home nations in the following categories:
- Dota 2 Open: Esports England & Esports Wales
- Dota 2 Women’s: Esports England & Esports Wales
- Rocket League Open: Esports England & Esports Wales
- Rocket League Women’s: Esports England, Esports Wales & Esports Scotland
- eFootball Open: Esports England, Esports Wales, Esports Northern Ireland & Esports Scotland
- eFootball Women’s: Esports England, Esports Wales & Esports Northern Ireland
British Esports is proud to support the Home Nations at the inaugural Commonwealth Esports Championships and looks forward to building a legacy for future generations of esports fans and communities.
“It’s a tremendous achievement for everyone involved to see these athletes representing the home nations at the Commonwealth Esports Championships,” said Andy Payne OBE, Chair, British Esports. “To see them create a legacy and become role models for others, including younger generations and future esports talent, is fantastic.”
“We’re delighted to see these teams representing the various Home Nations in the Commonwealth Esports Championships,” added Chester King, CEO, British Esports. “There’s a real buzz about these tournaments and we can’t wait to see how the teams and players perform on the main stage at the ICC in Birmingham this August.”