Aurora and ENDPOINT Announce Ring of Elysium “Below Zero” Tournament

Aurora Studios has announced a new Esports tournament for Ring of Elysium. According to the press release, Aurora Studios teams up with ENDPOINT Pro League to host the “Below Zero Tournament,” scheduled to kick off with its qualifiers today, December 6. NA and LATAM qualifier will begin one day later, December 7th.

Taking place on the Frigid Mt. Dione map, the Below Zero Tournament will begin with Europe qualifiers starting on December 6 and North America as well as Latin America qualifiers beginning on December 7. The first round of the Below Zero Tournament will be open to the top 25 teams in each region. Teams will have the chance to compete in any of the three days of qualifiers and will have to best their opponents throughout 4 matches.

Teams from different regions will take place in the qualifier, more precisely from NA, EUROPE, and LATAM. The qualifier will consist of more rounds, with the first being opened to 25 teams from each region. Ring of Elysium is still a free-to-play game, having a number of Battle Passes alongside its brochure. Those who qualify will advance further and compete against the remaining teams who managed to get into the finals.

The tournament has a decent prize pool of $4000. First place teams will get $1000, second $600, and third-place teams $400. For more official information regarding the tournament, make sure you visit this link.

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