Belgian Student League
The largest scholastic season to date
The fourth season of the Belgian Student League will be known as the biggest step up compared to the previous year.
League of Legends and FIFA are present as ever, but this season means the return of Rocket League!
No more will the schools be battling it out for some hardware and a trip. Who knows if trips will even be possible next year? No, we’re going big. And we mean BIG. In 2021-2022 all of you will be gunning for a total prize pool of more than €8,000! Let’s not forget the 100 college coins each student will get for every win. Check out the prize distribution down below.
The competition will commence in February 2022. Make sure to get some practice by then in our reformed Tournament Series.
Your path to the European championships for students
Once again, we’ll be sending the League of Legends teams of one or two Belgian schools to the University Esports Masters.
The best Belgian Rocket League teams will also be able to attend the University Rocketeers!
More news on how to qualify for both championships will be announced later throughout the season.
Win a gaming room for your school
The past three years we made the students of UGent, Ephec and PXL happy with their five PC systems on campus.
Like last year, the performances of the students in the games will still be taken into account, but will just be a part of the overall decision.
If a school or students at that school are very active in promoting and engaging esports, they will be rewarded for that. Are there student organisations that organise their own tournaments? Do the students take part in the tournament series? Is your school actively involved in promoting esports? Does your school have an active gaming coordinator?
All these things will be important if you want your school to win its very own gaming room. This way we can reward school that don’t necessarily have the best gamers in their ranks, but that do work hard to put esports on the map.
The results in the games will of course grant a certain score for the ranking, while the performances of the community and the school will be looked at case by case.
We hope this system keeps pushing schools, student organisations, students and esports ambassadors to help further create a strong base for the growing esports industry.
To conclude, we want to wish all schools the best of luck and may the best college or university in the Benelux win!
Here’s how it went down in the previous seasons:
Prizepool League of Legends
Prizepool Rocket League
Prizepool Fifa 22