Esports Leagues and Tournaments
Chicago Sport and Social Club is proud to partner with Midlane Esports to bring you gaming leagues, tournaments, and events. Choose to play from home or in person.
Register for a multi-week league as an individual or with a friend to compete against a different team each week. A schedule is provided and you can choose to play from Midlane Esports or from home. Connect with other participants through our Discord Server and watch the season progress through the online standings. This exciting format brings a local and social aspect to gaming - helping to connect you with other Chicagoans around a common love for gaming.
LEAGUES COMING SOON: League of Legends, Fortnite, Call of Duty: Modern Warfare, and 2v2 Multi-Game Series: Mario Kart, Fall Guys, Smash Bros, Rocket League, and Overcooked.
Whether you are a serious gamer or just play for fun, you'll love the 2-hour round robin format of our weekly tournament. Tournaments are held at Midlane Esports, which also has a bar and space to spread out while we play. Participants are awarded points in our CSSC ESports Rankings Table, which is used for seeding in the tournaments. Check out Grab A Game to register for this pickup-tournament option.
Get a package deal with one of our Esports Events. These exciting single-day experiences includes a drink package, gaming, giveaways, and entertainment. Events range from throw-back gaming socials to best of the best tournaments. Keep an eye on our calendar for the next opportunity to socialize with other Chicago gamers.
Thursday, September 17: FREE Gaming Open House at Midlane Esports.
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Just getting started with us? Start with the free Level 1 tournaments and get used to the flow of the schedule and matching up with opponents. Then once you're feeling ready to compete for a prize and earn more points, join on of the Level 2 or 3 paid tournaments!
What's up with Rankings on the E-Sports Seeding Table?
Level 1: Free Tournament - The champion is awarded points equal to the number of teams in the tournament. Second place is awarded points equal to the number of teams minus 1. This point allocation continues to decrease by one for each person in the tournament with last place gets 1 point. In an 8-team tournament, the champion would be awarded 8 teams.
Level 2: Paid Tournament - Points are allocated similarly to Level 1 but have a multiplier of 2. In an 8-team tournament, the champion would be awarded 16 points, second place would get 14, and so on.
Level 3: Paid Tournament - Points are allocated similarly to Level 1 but have a multiplier of 3. In an 8-team tournament, the champion would be awarded 24 points, second place would get 21, and so on.
NOTE: No-shows or teams that drop out mid-tournament will be marked with an F and receive -1 points.
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