Blizzard today announced the first round of WoW Esports events, starting in 2022. The company is also offering a $10 million prize pool for players to compete with the best gamers in North America and Europe.
The “arena world championship 2021 shadowlands” is a new esports event that Blizzard has announced. The event will take place in the summer of 2021, and it will feature 16 teams from around the globe.
ARENA CHAMPIONSHIP OF THE WORLD
World of Warcraft launched just over 17 years ago, and the ARENA CHAMPIONSHIP OF THE WORLD has proudly offered PvP competitors around the world the chance to prove they are the best for 15 years. AWC is starting 2022 off with its first season cups beginning on March 18, with signs up for Europe and North America open now!
Teams from throughout North America and Europe will compete in four distinct open Cups for $10,000 in weekly prizes and points to proceed to the AWC Circuit, similar to last year! After the Cups, the top eight point-earning teams from each area will proceed to the Circuit, a four-week round robin with a $320,000 global prize fund (USD). Following the Circuit, the top four teams from each area will advance to the Grand Finals, where they will compete for a share of the $300,000 prize fund.
Following the completion of Season 3, we’ll reveal the rest of 2022’s schedule and specifics, including some new one-off events to try out ideas for how to improve competitive PvP.
INTERNATIONAL MYTHIC DUNGEON
We’re bringing back the Groups structure from Season 2 for MDI Season 3. Dungeon-running teams may register for the season Time Trials, which begin on March 30, beginning today. The top 24 teams will compete in the season Groups for a portion of the $30,000 weekly prize pool and invitations to the Global Finals. The progressing teams will battle for the title of Global Champions and a share of a $300,000 prize pool with the best team from China and the winner of the Season 3 Last Stand Tournament.
We enjoyed the launch of The Great Push in 2021, and we’re delighted to see it return in a greater way in 2022. Following the MDI Global Finals for Season 3, we will run a multi-weekend mini-season of The Great Push, offering a total of $210,000 in prizes. More information about upcoming events and the leveled-up return of The Great Push later this year will be released.
TOURNAMENT IN THE CLASSIC ARENA
Season 3 of WoW Esports’ Burning Crusade Classic will include CAT! Players from all across Europe and North America will create teams for this 3v3 event, in which the top fighters in Outland will compete for a share of the combined $100,000 prize fund.
Registration is currently open until February 9, 2022 at 9:00 a.m. Pacific time, with registration for Europe available here and for North America available here.
We can’t wait to get the guys back together and compete after such a fun and thrilling 2021. On Gamebattles, sign up for the AWC Cups, MDI Groups, and the first CAT of the year. As the year unfolds, we’ll have more information to offer, so stay tuned by following WoW Esports on Twitter and subscribing to the Warcraft YouTube channel.
Good luck and have a good time!
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