Here is a roundup post of where we are at in terms of all the biggest leagues and events in the UK currently. I will be going over ESL Premiership, Gfinity Elite Series, Multiplay’s UK Masters and of course the ESEA Open United Kingdom division. It should detail who is doing what in each respective league, and who are the biggest winners and losers to date.
The new league season of ESEA has been officially announced over the weekend. As is now the tradition, there is included an Open United Kingdom division, so if you are a UK team, you can compete against hundreds of other UK teams and play for a chance to move up divisions to the Intermediate Division. This season sees a bump in prize pools too and an additional division given to Turkey.
Last season saw 157 UK teams participate in the UK Open Division and 49 UK teams have already signed up. If you are looking for a league to play in the coming weeks after LAN has concluded, this would be the best place to go at current time. It was fm-eSports who simply reigned supreme last [...]
A few weeks back, we saw an exciting announcement of the UK only ESEA League, which was included alongside France, Germany and Poland, next week, is the deadline to submit your rosters for the seasons to start on the 19th of May! The only catch we saw about joining the UK only league by ESEA, is that you can’t compete in the national leagues such as the Open, Intermediate, Main and Premier. The requirements to join the ESEA UK League, you will need 3/5 of your players based in the UK, apart from that it’s the standard open format with the majority of the games looking to be played on Wednesdays and the Sunday.
With the addition of the UK only league, we are looking to cover as [...]