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NSE: Winter Championship 2019/20

[e][h]NSE: Winter Championship 2019/20
League Information
Series:
National Student Esports (UK)
Organizer:
National Student Esports (UK)
Mode:
3v3
Type:
Online with LAN Finals
Location:
United Kingdom United Kingdom
Prize pool:
£600 GBP
(≃ $772.76 USD)
Start Date:
2019-10-15
End Date:
2019-12-07
Liquipedia Tier:
Links
Teams
Number of Teams:
120

The NSE Winter Championship is a Collegiate Esports league based in the United Kingdom. It is open to all degree students in the UK, who must find team-mates from the same University.

NSE is a mass-participation league in which all entrants are guaranteed a minimum of 6 weeks of competition, regardless of their skill level. This article only contains the results of the "National League", which is the top division of the competition.

The Top 4 teams from the NSE Winter Championship qualify for the Group Stage of EURC 2020, which is the annual European Cup for Collegiate Rocket League.

About[edit]

Broadcast Talent[edit]

Broadcasting and production for this event was provided with the assistance of the UK Rocket League Organiser: Rocket Kingdom.

Format[edit]

  • The National League consists of the top 16 teams in NSE. It is played out over 4 Weeks on Tuesday evenings.
  • The National League is a modified version of a Swiss Bracket, where teams are matched up against opponents with the same number of wins.
  • Each week, teams play 3 Best-of-5 matches. By winning all 3 matches, a team can earn a maximum of 10 points. Meanwhile, the two teams who go 0-3 for the week are relegated.
  • The 2 relegated teams are replaced with the top 2 teams from the division below (who are competing in a league with a similar structure designed to create 2 clear "winners" every week).
  • Each week the bracket is reset and played out again (with the newly promoted teams replacing the relegated ones).
  • A team's final position in the league table is determined by the total number of points they are able to accumulate over the course of all 4 weeks.
  • In the last week of league play there is no relegation, but there is still promotion - increasing the number of teams to 18.
  • The 6 teams with the most points qualify for the Championship Playoffs, while the remaining 12 drop into the Challenger Playoffs.
  • Only Championship Playoff teams are able to win the overall NSE Winter Championship, including the £600 Prizepool and qualification for Europe.


Prize Pool[edit]

Participants[edit]

Results[edit]

Round of 6
Sussex Hammerheads
4
Newcastle Octanes
0
Lankers A
1
Loughborough
4
Semifinals
Portsmouth Paladins
4
Sussex Hammerheads
3
Salford Lions
3
Loughborough
4
Finals
Portsmouth Paladins
4
Loughborough
3
3rd Place Match
Sussex Hammerheads
0
Salford Lions
4


References[edit]