Australian Esports League

Open 2019

The Australian Esports League Open  gives a chance and access for players across wider Australia to get involved, by working with club venues to host regular and local esports competition.

Players who participate can earn points, prizes, develop their skills and advance their esports career as a local, regional or national champion!

The AEL Open is all about participating, building community, being social, meeting people and having fun whilst enjoying the perks of an active esports league!

It's a community that counts and that's all you need to start a movement.

Justin O'KaneCommittee Member, Melbourne Racing Club
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The AEL Open is rooted in community, built on key elements that promote a healthy and sustainable ecosystem.


Earn points and win prizes at your local club, or earn your way to a regional event or the nationals for bigger prize pools!

Develop Skills

The AEL Open is for all skill levels. Whether you are learning or a seasoned veteran join in and develop your skills.

Meet People

Join your community, the AEL Open is the best place to meet people that share a passion for video games and esports.

Your local Club

Your local Club is the home of the AEL Open, hosting regular tournaments and offering perks to all participants!

Dedicated Staff

The AEL Open is a well-structured and safe esports environment, each club has a dedicated esports marshal to ensure fair play.


Each Club is equipped with a number of Xbox’s, PlayStation’s and Nintendo Switch’s to ensure play is fun and easy.

How the AEL Open works


Play Weekly

Register for the next event in your local area for free, play and earn points to prove you are the best in your area!

Compete in Regionals

Play in regional events to earn more points and cash prizes to prove you're the best in your region!

Play at the Nationals

Build your rank, prove your skills and become one of Australia's top talent. Play at the nationals for a share of the massive $20,000 prize pool!

Be the next Champion!

The Games

Tekken 7

A fighting game developed with over 30 playable characters where players face off 1 on 1, using knowledge and skill to outplay their opponent.

Player’s must employ exceptional tactics and timing to best their opponents. Game play includes well time blocks, attacks and combos to secure a knock-out!

TEKKEN™7 & ©BANDAI NAMCO Entertainment Inc.

Super Smash Bros. Ultimate

Super Smash Bros. Ultimate is a fighting game featuring over 70 well-known characters. Players must use unique abilities to dodge and attack to try and knock each other out of an arena.

Ultimate is the 5th in the Super Smash Bros. series and includes every playable character from previous Super Smash Bros. games—ranging from Nintendo’s mascots to characters from third-party franchises—and several newcomers.

This tournament is not affiliated with or sponsored by Nintendo or its licensors.


EA Sport’s FIFA 19 is a football simulation video game that blurs the line between virtual and real world. Bringing players, teams and atmosphere to life in the player’s hands.

Player’s must control their side using complex positioning and tactics to defend, attack and score the most goals to win!

This tournament is not affiliated with or sponsored by Electronic Arts Inc. or its licensors.

Contact us

Reach out to the AEL team today! Make sure to follow our network across Facebook, Twitter, Instagram and LinkedIn!

You can email the AEL through our contact form or send to

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