Shadowlands 2021! — World of Warcraft — Noticias de Blizzard

After thirteen incredible years of competitive PvP, the Arena World Championship (AWC) returns for the best year yet!

This Friday, January 15, the first of four cups begins with teams from North America and Europe, who will compete for a share of the weekly prizes of USD 10,000 per region, with the goal of earning points to advance to the circuit of the season 1. More than 200 teams will compete in the open tournaments each week, and the top twelve teams from each region will qualify for the cup and compete for prizes and points. At the end of the four cups, the eight teams with the most points will stop at the season 1 circuit. You can get all the details of the road to AWC glory! here!

Details

  • Place: Online – YouTube.com/Warcraft
  • Dates: Every two weeks from Friday, January 15 to Sunday, March 7
  • Transmission start time: 10:00 a. m. PT
  • Awards: USD 10,000 per regional cup
  • Format: 3v3, best of 5

Meet the presenters

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Gillian “Eiya” Long: Twitter | Twitch

Mohamed “Ziqo” Beshir: Twitter | Twitch | YouTube

Sid “Supatease” Compston: Twitter | Twitch | YouTube

Elliot “Venruki” with Wenceslas: Twitter | Twitch | YouTube

When to watch

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In addition to the start of the AWC, the cups will take place alongside Season 1 of the International Mythical Dungeon Tournament (TCMI), the events will alternate on weekends. This will allow the AWC and TCMI teams more time to practice before the next cup, giving them greater opportunities to create new strategies and improve the overall competitiveness of the AWC.

Follow us on the networks

Subscribe to our channel YouTube and don’t miss the transmission schedule on our esports page. Remember to follow the page of WoW Sports on Twitter to get live updates, recaps and all the memes you need. See you in the Arena!

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