NUEL gives back to university gaming societies with new revenue share scheme

The National University Esports League has introduced a revenue share scheme to help support gaming societies at universities across the UK.

The initiative has been announced ahead of NUEL Live, a two-day event that runs from March 24th to 25th and features the League of Legends and CSGO university esports finals.

Attendees who purchase a ticket for NUEL Live from their university's specific gaming society will net the society 10% of the ticket price.

Guests can get in touch with their NUEL rep for a link to the ticket site.

NUEL Live takes place at the University of Birmingham, boasts a whopping 420-seat arena and will also feature industry talks and community games.

Check out our report from the 2016 NUEL Live League of Legends final here.

 

"The revenue share will help contribute to your society’s budget so they can put on more awesome events next term, buy equipment or provide a prize pool for your next society tournament."

 

 

The NUEL also revealed that it now has almost 90 societies on board which support esports.

"To all the societies who dedicate their evenings and weekends to organising teams, putting on events and creating a community, we want to offer you a revenue share," the NUEL said in a statement on their blog.

"Buy your NUEL Live ticket through your society and we’ll share 10% of the ticket price with your society, meaning you’ll help contribute to your society’s budget so they can put on more awesome events next term, buy equipment or provide a prize pool for your next society tournament."

For more info on NUEL Live 2017, visit the official Facebook page.

 

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