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Blizzard Sets the Plans For World of Warcraft Esports for 2019

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    January 25, 2019 6:46 AM GMT

    Blizzard has set their plans for World of Warcraft's 2019 e-sports events. The organization has announced the return from the Arena World Championship in 2019, too because the former Mythic Dungeon Invitational as Mythic Dungeon International.

    The Arena World Championship will offer wow items you two Arena seasons for North America and European regions, one in the spring and 1 in the summer season, with six cups per season. The cups will feature a prize pool of $10,000 and points for season placement, and the initial cup will commence on February 8th. Registration has begun and will be ended at 10 am PT on January 28th.

    Simultaneously, the Asia Pacific, China and Latin America will not have seasons, but will follow a cup format with registrations for each and every area (Korea, Taiwan/Hong Kong/Macau, Australia/New Zealand, China, and Latin America) beginning later this year.

    These events will eventually end within the Arena World Championship Finals in the finish of this year, assuming at BlizzCon. Invitations might be extended for the 1st place winners from NA and EU Season 1, the first and second spot from NA and EU Summer time Finals, the highest revenue earners from NA and major earnings earners in the EU, also as the winners from China, Asia Pacific and Latin America finals.

    Meanwhile, the Mythic Dungeon International will likely be divided into two places: MDI East (China, Korea, Southeast Asia, Taiwan, Australia/New Zealand) and MDI West (North America, Latin America and Europe). MDI is open to any five-person group in WoW. From February 26th to March 12th, the team requirements a Level 5 and 14 Mythic Keystone Dungeon to enter the time trial pool. This approach will repeat the second season. MDI rewards $12,000 per cup and $100,000 at the finish in the season. The LAN event will span the region between MDI East and MDI West.

    The prize pool from the tournament will likely be partially crowdfunded through a portion of sales from two new in-game toys to be announced.

    The 2019 Arena World Championship will probably be the 12th iteration from the World of Warcraft 3v3 Arena e-sports event. The Approach Orange group won the 2018 AWC Finals and earned a $120,000 of a $280,000 prize pool. Then what are you currently waiting for? Hurry up to get IGXE Gold and join the events now!