The BIG EAST Esports championship will be held in person at the Esports Park on the campus of Butler University. Competition will feature the BIG EAST/EGF Rocket League Championship on Friday, March 24 followed by the BIG EAST League of Legends Championship on Saturday. The Rocket League bracket and results may be found at and League of Legends bracket and results may be found at

The spring 2023 BIG EAST/EGF Rocket League Championship bracket and seeds will be released following the final match of the season scheduled for Wednesday, March 22.

The spring 2023 League of Legends™ BIG EAST Championship bracket is set with a quartet of teams vying for a BIG EAST title and the automatic bid into the Riot College League of Legends Championships.

The full spring slate consisted of a best-of-three round-robin, with each team playing the other team once. After seven weeks, the top-four positions in the league standings were solidified on Saturday. This season, competitions are run by Battlefy and all regular-season results can be found HERE.

The opening season match on Jan. 28 proved to be the difference among the top-two seeds in the league, as St. John’s earned a hard-fought 2-1 win over DePaul before running the table to a perfect 6-0 regular season. Meanwhile, the Blue Demons capped the spring 5-1.

Rounding out the final two seeds in the championship, Butler, Connecticut, and Seton Hall each capped the spring 4-3, splitting head-to-head results. Seton Hall won the tiebreaker and earned the number three seed based on the fastest average win time followed by Butler, the fourth seed.

Entering the final weekend of regular season action a game back in the standings, Butler swept Villanova, while UConn and Seton Hall came up short against St. John’s and DePaul, respectively.

In regular season competition, St. John’s ShadowSneak01 led all gamers with 5.97 kills and assists over death ratio (KDA), while DePaul’s Kingamazin (5.91) and St. John’s Kafuu (5.71) followed closely behind.

As a team, DePaul led the league with a 4.37 KDA, while St. John’s (4.00) and Seton Hall (3.59) ranked second and third.

In Saturday’s first match, No. 3 seed Butler challenges No. 4 seed Seton Hall at 12:05 p.m. ET. The contest will be available to stream on The winner will advance to the second semifinal contest, while the team that loses will be eliminated.

In the opening semifinal match, No. 1 seed St. John’s takes on No. 2 seed DePaul to lock up a spot in the title game. The match can also be streamed at, beginning at 2:05 p.m.

The winner of the first match will face the team that suffers a setback in the opening semifinal contest, to earn the right to compete in the BIG EAST Championship game. The third match of the afternoon will stream on the BIG EAST twitch account at 4:05 p.m.

The title game will begin at 6:05 p.m. at Esports Park, with an if-necessary match scheduled for 8:05 p.m.

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BIG EAST Championship – Friday, March 24
2:15 PM– No. 4 seed vs. No. 5 seed – Match #1
3:00 PM– No. 3 seed vs. No. 6 seed – Match #2
3:45 PM– No. 1 seed vs. Winner Match 1 – Match #3
4:30 PM – No. 2 seed vs. Winner Match 2 – Match #4
5:15 PM – Loser Match 2 vs. Loser Match 3 – Match #5
5:15 PM– Loser Match 1 vs. Loser Match 4 – Match #6
5:15 PM – Winner Match 3 vs. Winner Match 4 – Match #8
6:00 PM– Winner Match 5 vs. Winner Match 5 – Match #7
6:45 PM– Loser Match 8 vs. Winner Match 7 – Match #9
7:30 PM– Winner Match 8 vs. Winner Match 9 – Match #10
8:15 PM– IF necessary, if the winner of Match 10 is winner of Match 9

BIG EAST Championship – Saturday, March 25
12:05 PM– No. 3 seed Seton Hall vs. No. 4 seed Butler – Match #1
2:05 PM– No. 1 seed St. John’s vs. No. 2 seed DePaul – Match #2

4:05 PM– Winner Match 1 vs. Loser Match 2 – Match #3

6:05 PM– Winner Match 2 vs. Winner Match 3 – Match #4
8:05 PM– IF necessary, if the winner of Match 3 wins Match 4.