Swisscom Hero League: How you can play

Swisscom Hero League: How you can play

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The Swisscom Hero League is the Swiss eSports league run by Swisscom in association with ESL. Are you a passionate gamer? Find out here how to get involved.

 

The Swisscom Hero League powered by ESL is the Swiss league for amateur and professional gamers for the games League of Legends, Counter Strike: Global Offensive, FIFA and Clash Royale. The weekly cups are open to anyone who wants to take part in one of the games and pit their wits against other gamers. The winners of the weekend cups then have an opportunity to take part in a monthly final, where they will fight for their spot in the professional league. To enter, you must live in Switzerland or be a Swiss citizen aged 16 years or above. Twice a year, qualifying players and teams go head to head in the group stages, culminating in a big offline finale, which determines the winners of the Swisscom Hero League. The Swisscom Hero League 2019 took place in November. A look back and the winners

 

For more information about the league and details of how to register for the cups, see the Swisscom Magazine: League Structure & Dates.

 

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