Ubisoft and Blue Mammoth Games have announced Brawlhalla’s esports program for 2021. A total prize pool of 1 million dollars and five international championships which will take place from February to November 2021. With what will be Brawlhalla’s biggest prize pool ever, the 2021 season demonstrates Ubisoft’s commitment to supporting the growing esports scene of this epic fighting game, which currently counts more than 50 million players around the world.
They will be organized throughout the year six international tournaments. The 2021 season will kick off with the Winter Championship, an online tournament that will run from February 27 to March 14 with a total prize pool of $ 75,000. Since Brawlhalla supports cross-platform play, players will be able to compete on their preferred platform. Registrations are open from today. For more information, visit: www.brawlhalla.com/esports. Later in the year, players from around the world will be able to participate in the following events:
- The Spring Championship: to be held online in April and May
- The Summer Championship: to be held online in July
- L’Autumn Championship which will be held online in September and October
- The World Championship: to be held in November. Further information will be shared later this year.
In these tournaments, all players will have a chance to claim their respective prize pool winnings from Brawlhalla’s esports program. Also throughout the year, Ubisoft and Blue Mammoth Games will also host a number of international events, including the Brawlhalla Pro Series, a four-week online competition with a unique format to be held in June.