The tension is growing now as the British Esports Championships spring 2020 finals approach. Who will emerge victorious?
Our school and college liaison officer Alice Leaman looks back on last week’s British Esports Championships quarter final matches from March 9th to 13th and lists the first semi-final fixtures below.
League of Legends
Here are the results of the quarter finals:
- The Thomas Hardye School 0-1 Alsager School
- Art of the Int Lincoln College 1-0 AGSB Esports
- CONEL 2 1-0 Studio Spitfires
- SDC Gravity 0-1 Hills Road BDC
You can see who will face-off in the semi finals here and below:
There were some very close and tense matches in our Rocket League quarter finals! The results were as follows:
- Queen Marys College2 1-4 Seers 1
- Basilisk 1-4 AGSB Esports
- The Ferrers Esports 4-3 Marling Matadors RL
- DON’T PANiC! 4-2 Felsted School
What. A. Series! The team won the first 3 games, then Matadors started to show up, they won the next 3 games. So it’s game 7, going into overtime and @RubidiumRl scores the goal that knocks out the Matadors and sends us to the semi-finals! Well played! pic.twitter.com/iWQXK470df
— The Ferrers Esports (@FerrersEsports) March 11, 2020
The semi-final fixtures will be played this week and can be found here:
The Overwatch group stages have now concluded! The top 8 now move forward into the elimination stage and will play their quarter finals this week.
Last week, Nescot Nemesis remained undefeated in Group A, earning their place in the elimination stage with 18 points.
Within a close group, Arthur Terry School manage to boost themselves above the other competition in group B to gain a points advantage and their spot in the playoffs, while Wyke Gamer Girlz came out on top of group C to progress further in the competition.
Coventry Crosshairs remain undefeated in group D – will they continue their dominance in the elimination stage? Gower College Swansea lead the way in group E and remain on top with 18 points.
— CoventryCrosshairs (@CCrosshairs) March 11, 2020
With KES Scorpions and Basilisk close behind, Wyke Whiteboard Warriors also succeeded in securing first place in their group to move forward in to playoffs.
Following a close call between Carmel Overwatch and Farnborough Peregrines, the Peregrines came out on top and move forward into playoffs.
Finally, last year’s grand final winners Seers have not lost a map yet in group H! Will they continue to be undefeated in the elimination stage?