FANDOMFARE GAMING August 15, 2018 – Summoners War publisher Com2us has opened registration for this year’s European Summoners War tournament in Berlin on September 22. Fans can now sign up for free tickets on Eventbrite and will not only receive free admission to the event and after-party, but also a goodie-bag with lots of prizes.
In Berlin, the audience will watch the eight winners from last weekend’s qualifying round of 128 compete live and on stage. The line-up includes known faces from last year’s tournament, like Germany’s Thanh-Do or DGP from the Netherlands, as well as newcomers like DRLUER90 from Italy or Zerpolita from Spain. All in all, players from France, Sweden, Spain, Italy, Germany and the Netherlands will be coming together in Berlin to fight for two spots at the Grand Final in South Korea. The full list of players can be found on www.summonerswar.com.
The Berlin regional will be held on September 22 at Kino International. Doors open at 13:00 and fans can expect exciting matches on stage, as well as lots of entertainment in- and outside the cinema-style venue, with cosplayers, photo-opportunities, quiz-games and a grand after-party.
Players can win a total of 20.000 USD prize money, as well as the chance to fly to Korea and compete against the top Asian and American Summoners War players.
All information on SWC2018 can be found on www.summonerswar.com. The total prize pool for this years tournament series is 110.000 USD.
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