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Ubisoft reveals the 2021 Brawlhalla eSports program featuring a 1 million dollar total prize pool

Brawl for it all

Thinking about getting in on Brawlhalla? There's some major money up for grabs in the eSports scene this year. Check out full details on the 2021 schedule below!

Today, Ubisoft and Blue Mammoth Games announced its 2021 Brawlhalla® Esports program, with a total prize pool of USD $1,000,000 and five international championships planned from February to November 2021. Marking Brawlhalla’s biggest prize pool ever, the 2021 season demonstrates Ubisoft’s commitment to support the growing esports scene of its epic fighting game now counting over 50 million players worldwide.

Five international tournaments will be organized across the year. The 2021 season will kickstart with the Winter Championship: with a USD $75,000 total prize pool, this online tournament will happen from February 27 to March 14. Brawlhalla supports cross-platform play, allowing players to compete on any platform. Players will be able to register starting today, and more information is available here: www.brawlhalla.com/esports.

Later this year, players across the world will be able to participate in:

The Spring Championship: happening online in April and May
The Summer Championship: happening online in July
The Autumn Championship happening online in September and October
The World Championship: happening in November. More information on the format will be shared later this year

In these tournaments, all players will have a chance to earn winnings from the Brawlhalla esports program prize pool. Ubisoft and Blue Mammoth Games will also organize several invitational events throughout the year, including the Brawlhalla Pro Series, a four-week online competition with a unique new format that will take place in June. More details to come later on.

Games: Brawlhalla

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$1,000,000. That’s fantastic. I could never envision Nintendo, though, doing this with their games.

Really cool, trailer said thas their 6th year, so prob a bit late to get into it (even with advantages from competing in smash), but nice for their scene for sure as it probably brings alot of new players, even if its mainly online.

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