Welcome to the tournaments website. All current and upcoming tournaments information is listed here. Most of our tournaments are open to new teams and players. To register for a tournament, you will first need to first register an account.

The Australia Esports Federation (AEF) Season 2 League is open to all teams from Australia, New Zealand and South East Asian regions. All teams in Division 1 are either directly invited based on previous AEF tournament performances or qualified through a play off tournament. The main tournament will be played in a single round robin format over a 7 week period with the following prize money:

Division 1 will be playing for the following prize pool:

  • 1st Prize – $2000
  • 2nd Prize – $1000
  • 3rd Prize – $500
  • 4th Prize – $250
  • 5th Prize – $200
  • 6th Prize – $150

Division 2 will be playing for the following prize pool:

  • 1st Prize – $500
  • 2nd Prize – $300
  • 3rd Prize – $100

To register your interest in participating in this tournament, please click the link below. If you are a team short on players or a player wishing to find a team, please send us an email to express your interest. The AEF is committed to developing a competitive scene for everyone and we will do our best to help everyone achieve that.

AEF Season 2 Registration closed


AEF Season 2 Division 1

AEF Season 2 Division 2

The SEA vs AUS Invitational is a cross-regional tournament that allows the top teams from SEA to complete against the top teams of Australia. The 4 best teams from each of the regions are invited to participate in this single elimination tournament held over 2 days with a total prize pool of $5000. In the first round, all matches will be a SEA team facing off against an Australian team. Matches are played in a best of 3 format with the final played in a best of 5. If a SEA team is playing against an Australian team, then each team will have the opportunity to choose the server, with the deciding match played on the SEA servers.

This is a promotional tournament for the Australian teams to show case their skills against the best teams from SEA.
The results of the tournament can be found here:

SEA vs AUS Tournament Standings


Australian E-sports Federation Dota 2 Season 1 Division 1 Main

A total of 16 teams are participating in the AEF Dota 2 season 1 league. Teams are split into 2 divisions, each consisting of 8 teams. The season is played in a double round robin format, where each team plays each other team twice over a 14 week season.

 

Division 1 will be playing for the following prize pool:

  • 1st Prize – $4000
  • 2nd Prize – $2000
  • 3rd Prize – $1000

Division 2 will be playing for the following prize pool:

  • 1st Prize – $600
  • 2nd Prize – $400
  • 3rd Prize – $200

Click on the following links to view the current standings.

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AEF Season 1 Division 1 Main Tournament 1st Half

AEF Season 1 Division 2 Main Tournament 1st Half


Australian E-sports Federation Dota 2 Season 1 Division 1 Qualifiers

A total of 14 teams have registered for the AEF Season 1 qualifiers. Teams are split into 2 groups of 7, playing a round robin of best of 2 sets. The top 3 teams from each group qualify for Division 1. A playoff bracket will be played in order to fill the last two spots.

 

Teams that qualify for Division 1 will be playing for the following prize pool:

  • 1st Prize – $4000
  • 2nd Prize – $2000
  • 3rd Prize – $1000

Click on the tournament icon to view the tournament standings.

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AEF Season 1 Qualifiers Round Robin Group 1

AEF Season 1 Qualifiers Round Robin Group 2

AEF Season 1 Playoff for 7th/8th Spot in Div 1

AUSTRALIA E SPORTS

Welcome to Australia E-Sports Federation. We proudly support the Australia and oceanic esports community with regular tournaments and streams.

To become a member, simply register with us and join the amazing circle of Australian gamers.

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