University Esports Championship 2021 opens

VOV.VN - The Vietnam Recreational and Electronic Sport Association (VIRESA) has launched University Esports Championship (UEC) 2021 with the aim of seeking Vietnamese competitors to represent the country in future international events.

Moving forward, students from various universities and colleges nationwide aged between 18 and 30 can register to compete in the tournament between March 15 and March 29.

Entrants must have Vietnamese nationality and they must also be members of the VIRESA.

According to the schedule, the final round will be held across three regions, with the central and southern region’s finals taking place in Da Nang and Ho Chi Minh City at the same time between April 3 and April 4, whilst the northern region’s finals are due to be held in Hanoi from April 10 to April 11.

The grand final is scheduled to get underway in Hanoi between April 17 and April 18 and will feature the participation of 24 teams from across the country. A total of 16 teams will compete in PUBG Mobile games, with eight teams participating in League of Legends games.

The tournament is anticipated to uncover the best local talents who will partake in the Vietnamese E-sport Championship (VEC) 2021, while also preparing participants for the 31st Southeast Asian (SEA) Games which will be held in the country later this year.

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