This past month, we announced that the ESL AU&NZ Championship finals for Season 2 were to return home to the ESL Studios in Sydney. For those CS:GO fans following the action, we announced that the event would feature a four-team, Single Elimination event, broadcasted live on http://twitch.tv/esl
With the regular season completed, and our finalist teams ready for action, we’re happy to reveal further information regarding the ESL AU&NZ Championship 2017 Season 2 Finals, held live at the ESL Studios, Sydney over August 19 & 20. Hosting both Rocket League (Saturday) and Counter-Stri
With the Overwatch ESL AU & NZ Championship April Monthly Final around the corner, we’d like to take this opportunity to provide an update on the Overwatch program in Season 1. The March Monthly Final saw Blank Esports (previously Fusion Girls) and Plot 1 quality for the Overwatch ESL AU &
You already know the when, you already know the where and you already know the GAME, but now we’ve got all the rest of the juicy details to complete the epic news that Intel® Extreme Masters Sydney will host the ESL AU & NZ Championship Rocket League Finals! In case you missed it... we were thr
Today, we are thrilled to announce Overwatch as the latest title of the ESL AU & NZ Championship! Bolstering a $12,000 prize pool, competition kicks off immediately starting with online cups, culminating in an offline final. Spanning across both March and April, the Overwatch ESL AU & NZ Ch
With the AU & NZ Championship Rocket League Invitational Qualifier & Open Qualifier #1 concluded, we would like to congratulate JAM Gaming, Scylla Esports, Athletico eSports, Legacy eSports, Alpha Sydney and Corvidae for qualifying for Season 1 of the AU & NZ Championship! Coming up thi
With the invited teams now confirmed for the Closed Online Qualifier for the CS:GO Season 1 League, the competition is set to heat up as we find the remaining two teams for the ESL AU&NZ Championship! The qualifier will be run in a BO3 Double Elimination format on Saturday 18th February and Sun
Following the initial announcement of Rocket League within the ESL AU & NZ Championship, we announced the first step of qualification - an invitational qualifier, hosting eight of the region's best teams - in which the top four placing teams will qualify for the ESL AU & NZ Championship 2017
Coming off of the back of yesterday's overall season announcement for Season 1 of the ESL AU & NZ Championship for 2017, we're pleased to reveal further information on the closed online qualifier - taking place on 18th and 19th of February. This qualifier is the last step of qualification
Season 1 for Counter-Strike: Global Offensive will pick up right where we left off. The first league in 2017 will host an 8 team league, where teams will participate each week for 7 weeks over both Monday and Thursday nights - all aiming for their place at the offline final. We will see a mixture of
The National Championship program for Australia and New Zealand, known as the ESL AU & NZ Championship is the region's premier esports league.
With a core goal to promote regular activity, consistency and increased reward, the AU & NZ Championships return with added vigour, spanning across multiple seasons, showcasing everyone's favourite titles... Do you have what it takes to become the best?
The journey starts now!