Ready to show off your skills? This is your chance.
Prove your team is the best in our 5v5 tournament.
Or, show that you’re the best summoner around in our 1v1.
Central Illinois’ first sanctioned League of Legends tournament!
Taking place at Grossinger Motors Arena, the Sixty Six Games Esports Tournament presented by State Farm will feature both a college/open tournament and a high-school only tournament. Both are double elimination, best of 3.
The Sixty Six Games Esports Tournament presented by State Farm is owned and operated by the Bloomington-Normal Sports Commission – a division of the Bloomington-Normal Area Convention and Visitors Bureau.
Please read before you register…
Registration is available online through Battlefy.
All teams must pay the entry fee at the time of registration.
Players must register in a group as a “full team” of five.
Teams are allowed to have one alternate player.
Each team must complete its roster of up to six players and designate a team captain.
High School teams need a valid high school email from an administrator or faculty advisor. High School teams must consist of freshman-seniors from same school.
Players are asked to bring their own keyboard, mouse, and headset.
Players registered for either of the 5v5 tournaments may also register for the 1v1 tournament. The 1v1 bracket is capped at 64 players.
High School and College/Open tournaments are 2-day events (Saturday and Sunday).
Free play is available on Friday, January 11, 4-7pm at Grossinger Motors Arena.
The mission of the Sixty Six Games Esports Tournament is to provide a competitive, professionally-conducted esports tournament, generate tourism to the Bloomington-Normal area, and promote the growth and development of the sport of gaming. Sixty Six Games strives to provide a positive, competitive environment for gamers from high school through college and above.
In conjunction with community leaders and businesses, the Sixty Six Games creates an event that brings athletes and their families from all over the Midwest to Bloomington-Normal to generate tourism and positively impact the local economy. The Sixty Six Games is owned and operated by the Bloomington-Normal Sports Commission.
Sports travel has emerged as a leading tourism sector, which sees many benefits beyond a healthy and vibrant community. Esports is also a growing industry, and Bloomington-Normal is ideally positioned to be a leader in this sector. Goals for the event include:
Community quality of life
Volunteerism and leadership development
Community visibility, image, and profile
Play an active leadership role in the gaming/esports community and industry
Offer new participatory and spectatorial opportunities for area residents