UCLA Esports League of Legends Player Application 2020-2021 School Year
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Our organization is seeking individuals with knowledge, skill, and passion in the field of esports. Whether that be in the form of management, coaching, or competing on UCLA rosters, we are searching for eager participants who will go above and beyond their responsibilities to help us continue building on the success of the program.
UCLA Esports operates on a dues system. Each year, we gather dues money from athletes and staff, with the money going directly back to the teams in the form of food, travel, LAN Center time, and more.
UCLA Esports is currently accepting applications for the League of Legends Varsity and Junior Varsity rosters. Teams will compete in Riot's Collegiate Championship, CSL's JV League, PAC-E, and more. Other league and tournament opportunities may arise in the future.
The deadline to apply is 11:59 PM PST on October 3rd. The first round of League of Legends tryouts will occur on July 17th. The second round will be in September to lock rosters. Players who participate in both rounds have a greater chance of making the final locked rosters.
Managers and coaches will monitor all communications during games. Players who showcase their flexibility, exceptional mechanical skill, game knowledge, and ability to work seamlessly within a team have a better chance of being selected.
As with traditional sports, players are allowed to be multi-title in UCLA Esports as long as they understand the additional training and responsibilities that accompany multi-title specialization. Please apply individually for each game.
UCLA Esports athletes MUST be full-time UCLA students for the entirety of the 2020-2021 school year. Students who are graduating early in the 2020-2021 year are still eligible. Applicants MUST possess a valid school email address.
Scholarships are not offered directly by UCLA Esports but certain tournaments may offer scholarship prizing.
If you have any questions, feel free to email us at:
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