The winter season of the British Esports Championships 2019/20 has just come to an end. After 9 weeks of fixtures and tournaments across Rocket League, Overwatch and League of Legends, we have our finalists announced. Each of the winners will be facing off against our upcoming spring season finalists at a live grand-final at Insomnia Gaming Festival in April.
League of Legends
- Winner: Team BTC – Bridgwater & Taunton College
- Runners up: Cretn – Hills Road Sixth Form
- Winner: Clyde Hot Shots – Glasgow Clyde College
- Runners up: Basilisk – Callywith College
- Winner: Sunderland Seers – Sunderland College
- Runners up: Nescot – Nescot College
We spoke to Schools & Colleges Liaison Officer, Alice Leaman about the Winter Season of the Championships.
“The winter season of the Championships 2019/20 has been amazing to see thus far with the record numbers of teams registering, competitive matches in the group stage, and the fantastic finals. We’ve had some great positive feedback from those involved who have discovered the benefits of esports as an enrichment activity, such as increased communication, teamwork, and attendance from their students. It’s wonderful to see many schools and colleges embracing esports as a whole, from broadcast production to team management and marketing. For the spring season, we expect to see many returning teams, but also hope to encourage more new teams to discover esports”.
Didn’t have the opportunity to get involved in the winter season? You can register your school or college to take part in the spring season, but hurry, sign ups close on the 10th January 2020.
Hear from Karl Davis, teacher at Marling school about his experience with the British Esports Championships and what benefits his school have seen since getting involved:
To find out more about the British Esports Championships, check out our champs hub page here.
You can also read through our Championships FAQ’s which answers everything you need to know before getting involved.