‘Overwatch 2’ introduces ‘After School PC’ tournament to kick off back-to-school season
Blizzard Entertainment today announced that Overwatch 2 will be hosting a new “After School PC” tournament to kick off the back-to-school season.
The tournament is open to middle and high school students in the Seoul metropolitan area, as well as college and graduate students, who are at least 12 years old and love Overwatch and gaming. Participants can apply for the tournament on the esports competition platform Waraji until Monday, November 11.
The ‘After-School PC Tournament’ will feature Illyria, a new hero recently introduced in Overwatch 2: Invasion, and the latest mode Flashpoint, and as it is a school competition, teams of at least five and no more than seven students from the same school can participate. There is no entry fee, multiple teams from the same school are allowed, and all participants will receive a “Stoned Hammond” keyring.
The tournament schedule kicks off with the first and second rounds of online qualifiers on Saturday, September 16 and Saturday, September 23, followed by the quarterfinals and finals on Sunday, September 24 at 3pm in the WDG Esports Studio with an on-site audience.
Participants will receive a variety of benefits. First, participants can earn up to 11,000 PC mileage points, which can be used to pay for plans or eat at participating PC shops. To break it down, all participants will receive 3,000 points, and the second round qualifiers will receive an additional 3,000 points. In addition, players can earn up to 5,000 points based on the amount of time they spend practicing at their PC in the days leading up to the tournament.
In addition, the top 10 players with the most Overwatch 2 practice hours at a local PC shop will receive a GENTLE TOKKI Edition Pack, a collaboration with Gentle 카지노사이트 Monster. However, all practice time will be summed up for the year at one PC shop designated by the participant through Waraji.
For more information about the competition, including eligibility, application method, and schedule, please visit the related blog.