Esports roundup: All the winners at Insomnia 64

Insomnia Gaming Festival took place over the weekend and as always it played host to a bunch of esports tournaments.

Among them were the usual BYOC tournaments as well as the BELONG Arena Clash Finals, which saw players compete in Tekken7, Rainbow Six Siege, Overwatch, Fifa 19 and League of Legends.

The participants included teams from BELONG Arenas across the country. To compete in Arena Clash, casual and hardcore gamers could join a team at their local BELONG stores and battle through five weeks of play before heading to the finals.

 

BELONG Arena Clash Finals

Tekken7

London Lionhearts vs Bradford Rams

Winners: London Lionhearts

 

Rainbow 6 Seige

Plymouth Armada vs Bristol Sumgglers

Winners: Plymouth Armada

 

Overwatch

Stratford Spartans vs Cardiff Saints

Winners: Stratford Spartans

 

Fifa 19

Milton Keynes Enigmas vs Cardiff Saints

Winners: Milton Keynes Enigmas

 

League of Legends

Portsmouth Pirates vs London Lionhearts

Winners: Portsmouth Pirates

 

British Esports Championships

The schools and college finals in Overwatch, Rocket League and League of Legends took place at Insomnia64.

You can check out the winners (including school LoL winners Beyond Reality) here (schools) and here (colleges).

 

BYOC Tournament Finals

Elsewhere, the BYOC tournaments saw teams go head-to-head in Rocket League, League of Legends, Overwatch and CSGO, with a mix of prizing up for grabs dependent on team signups.

 

Rocket League

Breezi Flick vs Comrade Gaming

Winners: Breezi Flick

 

Overwatch

BloodTrail vs MnM Gaming

Winners: MnM Gaming

 

League of Legends

No Ego vs Enclave Gaming

Winners: No Ego (read our match report and watch clips here)

 

CSGO

London Esports vs DarkSpawn

Winners: London Esports

Watch our recent interview with London Esports here

 

League of Legends Intermediate

Finally, there were community tournaments that took place, including the 5v5 League of Legends Intermediate tournament and an all-random all-middle (ARAM) 2v2 tournament.

Organisers also gave the intermediate tournament a £500 prize pool.

These boys won:

 

Did we miss anything? Let us know by messaging Esports News UK or Laura Byrne on Twitter

2 Responses

  1. "This was initially supposed to be an all-random all-middle (ARAM) 2v2 tournament, but some requests from the community saw some last-minute changes made to a usual 5v5 Summoners Rift format. Organisers also gave this a surprise prize pool at the last minute, with the winners taking home £500." Just so you know the Intermediate Tournament ran alongside the ARAM 2v2 and LoL 1v1 tournaments (which also had prizepools of their own), it wasn't a last minute change :)
    • That's not what I was told but thanks for letting me know. Gonna double check with the Insomnia team and update this article accordingly. Cheers!

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