$60,000 Prize Paladins Worldwide Tournament

Hi-Rez revealed that a community tournament for Paladins would be hosted. Every player around the globe will get the chance to participate and fight their way to the $60,000 prize pool. Making a community Paladins Worldwide Tournament is going to be excellent! Today, Hi-Rez also revealed that they pass the significant number of 4 million players in the game.

We are speaking about a game that it’s still in Open Beta. At first, The Evie’s Winter Classic tournament was announced for North American European players. However, the competition was expanded and now includes Brazil, Oceania (Australia and NZ), Russia and Latin America where every region gets its own $10,000. This news comes after the big announcement that Paladins hits 4 million active players.

A quick reminder, do not forget to download the game via the official website, or on Steam.

We are talking about a big community as I said in the previous post. A lot of players will enjoy watching this tournament, and some of them will take place in the competition and compete with each other.

Paladins $60.000 Evie’s Winter Classic

The Esports Manager of Hi-Rez Studios, Dan McHugh, in an interview, said that he enjoys watching competitive gaming. There are new players in the game that are making a name for their self every single week. This tournament should also feature some of the rising stars. Australia and New Zealand will fight for a $10,000 together with Winter Classic that will take place from 14 of November to 19 of December. Due to Paladins being in Open Beta, PS4 and Xbox One gamers will get the closing beta at a later date.

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