Now that the Preseason is over, it is time to put it all on the line! The Overwatch Collegiate Championship is a national tournament that is open to all full-time students currently enrolled at a university! Teams will have to compete both in the Regional League and in the National League in order to get a chance to qualify for the National Championship. For more information take a look at the rules of the tournament.
Schedule and Format
Each team will play one to two matches per week against other teams in the US and Canada. The default match day is on Sunday, but if your opponent agrees, you may reschedule your match any time between match assignment and the default time. At the end of the five weeks of tournament play, the 28 teams in National League that have the most wins will move onto the single elimination, round of 64, National Championship. Your performance in the Preseason, if you retained at least four of your players, will give you bonus wins based on your win-loss ratio that will be added to your win total! If you have not participated in the Preseason, don’t worry, you can still sign up for Overwatch Collegiate Championship! For a detailed schedule, please view the Schedule Tab.
Eligibility and Registration
Once you've registered an account on Compete and verified your Student Status, you can either create a new team, or join any open team from your school.
The top two teams per region will be eligible to compete in the National Championship against teams from the Regional League and the Varsity League. The top four teams of the National Championship will receive scholarship prizing for up to six players on their team.
$1700 USD per player (up to 6 players)
$1200 USD per player (up to 6 players)
3rd - 4th Place
$650 USD per player (up to 6 players)
Need help? First visit our Rules on Tespa Compete as well as our Frequently Asked Questions section on the Tespa Compete Discord. If you can't find the answer to your question, visit our Tespa Compete Discord and ask for an Overwatch Tournament Admin. Non-urgent, off-hour questions and general inquiries can be submitted via email!