The University Esports Masters will be played live from the Clickfiel Arena in Penafiel, Portugal, on July 29 and 30!
The collegiate esports tournament brings together students from university tournaments across six countries to compete for the European Championship. Each European country is represented by the national champions from:
- France: Student Gaming League
- Germany: University Esports League
- Italy: University Esports Series
- Portugal: E-University League
- Spain: OGSeries University
Almost 12,000 students from over 300 universities in Europe competed in this season’s national leagues and tournaments. If you’d like to find out more, check out the UEM Facebook, Twitter and website!
WHO’S COMPETING AT THE UEM – EUROPEAN SERIES?
UCL eSports from Université Catholique de Louvain Belgium:
Top lane: Jean ‘Beydesky’ Germeau
Jungle: Maximilien ‘Boubsho’ Lambert
Mid lane: Nicky ‘Taz’ Riat
AD carry: Mathias ‘Saitam’ Gassmann
Support: Loïc ‘Ren’ Cardoen
TDR GamING TUHH from Technische Universität Hamburg:
Top lane: Daniel ‘Dexonin’ Erdmann
Jungle: Christian ‘LSR Chr1Z’ Thomas Puls
Mid lane: Parrdis ‘IceCúbé’ John Safi
AD carry: Mats ‘Lord Thanato’ Lukas Schrader
Support: Jonas ‘DerWassermann’ Paul Steiniger
Grey Warwick from University of Warwick:
Top lane: Kallon ‘kerber0s’ Ram
Jungle: Rafal ‘vidoktor ’ Lizynski
Mid lane: Ehan ‘bluebell1’ Bae
AD carry: Nicklaus ‘Redamntion’ Pannu-Yuon
Support: Ali ‘The Carry’ Alawi
Unimi Cavalieri from Università degli Studi di Milano:
Top lane: Eugenio ‘Rengoland’ Maggio
Jungle: Gioele ‘Crysisdeux’ Laugelli
Mid lane: Andrei ‘Jolsty’ Ciulpan
AD carry: Juan Carlos ‘Hydrageddon’ Bianchi
Support: Mario ‘Mr Zank’ Andrea De Fazio
FEUP from Universidade do Porto:
Top lane: João ‘Twitch JötaC’ Conde
Jungle: Pedro ‘DG Inceneratus’ Rodrigues
Mid lane: David ‘Cherrie Pew Pew’ Pereira
AD carry: João ‘K1CK Alternative’ Parada
Support: André ‘EGN Afm12’ Martins
Bobcats ULL from University of La Laguna:
Top lane: José Carlos ‘Yogur de Flujo’ Noda
Jungle: Ignacio ‘Elmo not trollmo’ Muñoz
Mid lane: Joaquín ‘Wèrto’ Martínez
AD carry: Enrique ‘Hyssen’ Hernández
Support: Edgar ‘St1I3’ Hernández
WHAT’S THE FORMAT?
The University Esports Masters – European Series will be divided into two stages: Group Stage and Final Stage.
Teams will be divided into two groups, where they will face each other in a best-of-one single round-robin format.
The top two teams from each group will qualify for the Final Stage.
The winner from each group will face off against the second-best team from the other group in a Bo3 match. The final match will be Bo3.
How can I watch?
You can watch your favourite teams battle it out for the University Esports Masters – European Series championship at this link.
July 29 from 10 AM
Group A Team 1 – Group B Team 2: July 30 at 12 PM
Group B Team 1 – Group A Team 2: July 30 at 3 PM
Final match: July 30 at 6 PM
How can I take part next year?
If you’d like to take part in the university Esports Masters – European Series, you can follow your national collegiate organizer, participate in their league and qualify for the tournament next year!
France: Student Gaming Network;
Germany: University Esport Germany;
Great Britain: National University Esports League;
Italy: University Esports Series;
Portugal: E-University League;
Spain: OGSeries University.