They had to travel deep into the Wieliczka Salt Mine to participate, but GWENT competitors hashed it out in card-based combat to win a share of a $100,000 prize pool and Crown Points for the game. The winner also walked away with a golden signet ring, fit for royalty.
The year’s biggest competitive Call of Duty event of the season, the 2018 Call of Duty World League Championship, presented by PlayStation 4, is headed to Columbus, Ohio, on August 15. Tickets for the event are available now, which gives fans access to all the action.
Teams of three Battlerite Pro League players can sign up for the qualifiers to earn a slice of the $80,000 prize pool. Twitch is the exclusive live streaming partner for the league, while Nexon is handling production and distribution for the league in Korea.
The City of Arlington is excited to announce plans for a state-of-the-art esports stadium designed to draw competitive players and fans from around the world. The 100,000-square- foot space, which would be the largest and most flexible esports stadium in the country, is set to open its doors this fall in Arlington’s world-class Entertainment District.
The March GWENT Open will see the season’s highest ranked Pro Ladder players compete for Crown Points and a share of the $25,000 prize pool. Tournament finalists will advance to the April GWENT Challenger, set to take place deep underground in “Wieliczka” Salt Mine, Poland.
Based on a Japanese show, Nippon Marathon, is a one-to-four player racer set across Japan that features some impossible courses, brilliant wipe-outs and easy drop in and drop out gameplay. eSports tourneys are expected when the game, now in Steam Early Access, releases in the fall.
Developer VooFoo Studios is making their top-down racing title, Mantis Burn Racing, free on Steam during their very first eSports Tournament. And, there may still be time for new players to jump in and compete in this innovative driving game.
CD PROJEKT RED, creators of The Witcher series of games, announce that Jan Superjj102 Janssen has triumphed in this year’s first GWENT Open tournament, which took place last weekend in Warsaw, Poland. Janssen snagged a big share of the $25,000 prize pool with a killer deck that could not be beat.
As the 16 best Rainbow Six: Siege teams gear up for the biggest tournament of the year, the Six Invitational taking place February 13th to 18th in Montreal, the Escalation video series showcases what it takes to reach a Pro League player level, and how to survive some big sieges.
The 2018 Call of Duty World League nine-week series features the top sixteen teams in Call of Duty esports from North America, Europe and the Asia-Pacific. They are competing for part of the $4.2 million season prize purse, the largest in Call of Duty World League history.