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AEF Season 5 Champions

Congratulations to Athletico Esports! They are your AEF Season 5 Champions! In a dominating series reminiscent of the TI7 grand finals, Athletico demolished Seventh Heaven 3-0 to take first place. They are the first and only team so far to win multiple AEF seasons back-to-back. This also means Athletico have

AEF Season 4 Champions!

Presenting Water, Champions of AEF Season 4! From left to right, Tekcor, Splicko (Captain), ElusionJesus, Fury, Matino Water took out the Grand Finals against Focus in a hotly contested Best of 5 series, with the score of 3-1! Photo credit goes to Michelle Mannering, who also made an awesome summary

Season 5 Division 1 Seedings

Cognus: 1st Seed: Water Water are the returning Champions from last season. With no roster changes since, and a dominating 3-0 victory in the MPGL qualifier, I expect great things from them. 2nd Seed: Natural 9 Despite their upset by Focus at lan, N9 remain a force to be reckoned

The Final 4

After 7 weeks of intense competition, the final 4 have have now been decided. This season was by far the most competitive season to date, demonstrating the growing Australian Dota 2 scene and its maturity. From the AEF, we thank all the teams that participated this season, you have provided

Division 1 Team Seedings

Cognus and Cerulean ranked the Division 1 teams! Opinions are theirs alone. Fox Gaming If we count their previous branding under Templar Esports, Fox Gaming has participated in every single season of AEF, dating back to October 2016. Finishing joint-6th in Season 3, they have approached the new season with

Season 4 Division 1 Team List

-DIVISION ONE TEAM LIST- We are proud to announce the teams that will be battling it out for a slot at the Grand Finals that will be held at Melbourne University. And the prestigious title of Champions of Division 1. Here are your teams! – 7th Heaven – AEF Leftovers

AEF Season 4 Registration

Registrations for AEF DOTA 2 SEASON 4 are OPEN NOW! The Australia Esports Federation is delighted to announce their first Dota 2 event for 2018. We have listened to your feedback, and for this season, we have decided to finish with LAN FINALS! 🎉 More info regarding the event itself

Update to AEF Season 3, Division 1

Skatemasters have forfeited from the league, effective immediately. Their series’ that they are yet to play will be scored against them as a 2-0. Results from games that they have already played will stand, but Skatemasters will be ineligible to play in the AEF Season 3, Division 1 Finals. As

Update to AEF Season 3, Division 3

The Division 3 team known as ‘Young Kings’ will be removed from the schedule of our Season 3 League, as they have been unable to communicate effectively with admins and not shown to any of their series so far. They will not be replaced at this current time by another

Match Recap: Skatemasters vs Generation of Miracles

Skatemasters vs Generations of Miracles AEF Season 3 Division 1 Link to series on dotabuff: The first series of week 2 AEF season 3 would see two successful Division 1 teams in Week 1 collide for a heated matchup. Team solidification would be the biggest inquest into the favorite


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