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) is running an open tournament for all Australian players interested in PUBG competitive play. Everyone is welcome to join. The main purpose for these tournament is for everyone to have a bit of fun. For those that are more competitive, the AEF will be inviting the top finishers from these tournaments for future events with higher prize pools.

The tournament will be a played in solo mode. As many games as possible will be played back-to-back within an allotted 3 hour period. Players that finish within the top 10 of each round will be awarded points. The player with the highest number of points after the last round, which must start before the time limit is up, will be declared the winner.

The AEF plans to run many of these 3-hour tournaments over the next couple of weeks on weeknights. Games will likely start at 7pm and end at 10pm. You may enter in as many nights as you wish, players will be served on a first-come-first-serve basis. There will be a limit to 100 players per tournament. All game will be casted on our Twitch channel, so if you’ve been eliminated, then you can watch the remaining players duke it out.
Rewards for finishing in the top places are:

1st – Choice of AEF mouse and mousepad combo and guaranteed invitation to future competitive PUBG tournaments.
2nd – Choice of AEF mouse, likely to be invited to future competitive PUBG events.
3rd – Choice of AEF mousepad, likely to be invited to future competitive PUBG events.

To register your interest to play and be notified on tournament scheduling. Announcements will also be made through the AEF website, Facebook page and Discord channel.

Registration


The Australia Esports Federation (AEF) Dota 2 Season 3 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 – $2500
      • 2nd Prize – $1000
      • 3rd Prize – $500
      • 4th Prize – $150

Division 2 will be playing for the following prize pool:

      • 1st Prize – $400
      • 2nd Prize – $250
      • 3rd Prize – $50

 

Be sure to read our new and updated rules for Season 3!

Australia Esports Federation Season 3 Rules and Information

AEF Season 3 Registration Now Open

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

  • 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

    AEF Season 1 Division 2 Main Tournament


    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

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