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CSL Vainglory Spring Tournament Details

After a great Fall season, CSL is back with some changes, and even more awesome Vainglory activity for the Spring of 2017! If you’re returning, or a new player itching to join, make sure to check out this post for all the relevant details for CSL Spring 2017.

Want ICE? Join our Battle Royale Tournaments

We’re going to ease into things this Spring. We’ll be hosting three Battle Royale tournaments with ICE prizing for the top teams. This is a good chance to have some fun, get acquainted with your teams, and win some ICE!

What is Battle Royale: a quick game mode, Battle Royale forces you to play in lane, gives advanced levels and starting gold. It’s a blood bath, and the games end a lot quicker.

Dates & Times

Tournament #1:

  • Register January 16 – 27

  • Tournament: January 28


Tournament #2:

  • Register February 6-17

  • Tournament: February 18


Tournament #3:

  • Register February 20- March 3

  • Tournament: March 4



1st: 2,500 ICE per player (7,500 total)

2nd: 1,500 ICE per player (4,500 total)

3/4th: 500 ICE per player (1,500 per team; 3,000 total)


Who’s eligible

All North American college/university students. Teams must consist of players from the same college!


CSL Spring 2017 Season

After the Fall Season, we’re back for a full Spring season. This is going to be bigger and better than before! Make sure to read all the information carefully before signing up!


Dates & Times

  • Registration: February 1 – March 4

  • League Begins: March 11 (see here for full schedule)

  • Finals (TBD: end of May – early June)


What’s at Stake

$10,000 total prize pool:

  • 1st $4,000

  • 2nd $2,000

  • 3/4th $1,000

  • 5-8th $500


Additional requirements:

  • $30 entry fee per team (if you played in the Fall your fee is waived)

  • Open to all North American college students; teams must consist of players from the same school

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