Winners of the National Grand Final in Alicante

JUNIOR Esportsan educational and technological project involving schools from all over Spain (between 14 and 18 years of age and vocational training), has concluded its 6th Season with the on-site celebration of the National Grand Final last weekend at the facilities of GGTech, at Digital District of Alicante.

The IES Felipe de Borbón High Schoolof Ceutí (Murcia)on Institut Escolar Castellterçolof Vic (Barcelona)and St. Vincent de Paul Schoolof Cartagenahave been proclaimed champions in the disciplines of games such as League of Legends, Brawl Stars and Rocket League.respectively.

The winners in the National Grand Final have shared a prize pool valued at 10.000€10,000, destined to technological material for the digitalization of the classrooms of their educational centers. The 6th Season of JUNIOR Esports has been possible thanks to the support of brands such as Intel, VARTA and publishers such as Riot Games.

Beyond the competition, the teams that qualified for the National Grand Final have participated in a program full of fun content based on education and technology and in which they have been accompanied by students from different centers of the Valencian Community who have known first hand the world of esports.

The on-site celebration of these finals has meant for students and teachers some coexistence days where they have been able to enjoy different types of experiences, thanks to video games.

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The champions, game by game

The IES Felipe de Borbón High School from Ceutí (Murcia)he obtained his degree in League of Legends after their victory against another team from the same community, the IES Sierra Minera from La Unión (Murcia). The team from Ceuta won by one 3-0 to their rivals.

At Brawl Starsthe Institut Escolar Castellterçolof Vic (Barcelona)won the Catalonian duel against the team from the Escola Proaby Barcelona. The confrontation ended with a 3-0.

The team of the St. Vincent de Paul Schoolof Cartagenawas proclaimed winner in Rocket Leaguein its confrontation against the IES L’Estaciófrom Ontinyent (Valencia). The Cartageneros were the best in this game combining soccer and chaotic vehicles. The scoreboard concluded with a result of 4-3.


Throughout the weekendmore than 250 young people have been able to enjoy multiple games and other content such as excursions to show the facilities at City of Light and fanzones of Riot Gamesthrough the Tormenta Circuit, and from Amazon UNIVERSITY Esports. Also, Enrique García Cortésresponsible for Ga11yproject of ONCE Foundationgave a talk on the accessibility of all people to video games.

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All these activities have been part of the Student Pass: activity-challenges that all students who have attended have had to overcome in order to participate in a raffle with fantastic prizes.

All of the clashes of the JUNIOR Esports Season 6 National Grand Final. could be followed live through the channel of JUNIOR Esports Twitch channel.

What is JUNIOR Esports?

JUNIOR Esports is an educational and technological project focused on gaming and based on a system of 16 fundamental valuessupported by Riot Games, Intel and VARTA in its 6th Season. The aim of the project is to foster education, learning and personal development both inside and outside the classroom: through competition and multiple social initiatives, students are taught how to make a responsible and controlled use of video games.

In the six seasons performed, JUNIOR Esports has counted with the participation of more than 1,700 educational centers, more than 2,000 teachers and more than 6,000 students. throughout the country. In addition, we have contributed to the provision of equipment for the digitalization of a total of 15 classrooms with technological equipment, with a investment which exceeds 170.000€.

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