Splitgates Esports scene is equipped with the SPLITGATE PRO series worth 100,000 US
The ego shooter Splitgate of 1047 games is one of the surprise packages of the year. After starting in summer with an open beta on console, it became a hit with FPS fans. For competitive players, the ranking mode was the arena of choice, but for those who are at the top of the splitgate ranks, there is now a new goal.
1047 today announced the first ESPRITGATE-led ESports competition for Splitgate: The SplitGate Pro Series. The PLC offers a total price pool of $ 100,000 (consisting of cash and prices of one of the partners of the competition, astro gaming), which is divided into several events and is completely cross-platform, in which console and PC players compete together against each other.
The SPLITGATE Pro Series will be exclusively online, selected outside as a tournament platform of the choice. From the 17th of October, six weekly qualification events take place with a prize pool of 5,000 USD each. During this qualifier, players receive points based on their placements. The squad will only be blocked in the last qualification so that it is free to make players to form different teams for any qualification.
After the sixth and last qualification, the seven best teams of the ranking for the Grand Finals qualify, which makes it money and prices worth $ 60,000.
There will then be a load chance qualifier to determine the eighth and last team that can qualify for the Grand Final. The Grand Finals will take place on 12 December. A complete schedule, how to start and further PLC information can be found here.
Splitgates Right Esport debut will be exciting and will only be completed a week before the beginning of the most important ESPORT competition of its closest rival, Halo Infinite s Championship Series, with its HCS Kickoff Major in Raleigh, North Carolina.
1047 has developed a popular, free of-play FPS, but whether this can be implemented in a fun and successful E-Sport will be a completely different challenge. However, this seems to be a pretty good start.
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