The 3 Biggest Overwatch Tournaments to Look Out For
What are the Biggest Overwatch Tournaments in Early 2017?
Even before release, Overwatch was planning its splash into the esports scene with tournaments in beta. Though Overwatch is still growing to match the titan of industry, League of Legends, the game is quickly ramping up to bring you all the jaw-dropping action you can handle; if last year was any indication of how 2017 will go for Overwatch, we are in for quite a treat.
Here is just a bit of the tournament action to warm you up in the cold of winter-
3) MidWestLan ‘17 Arctic Warfare
MidWest Lan looks to bring action to the wintery cold.
- Where : Middleton, Wisconsin
- When : February 22nd - 24th
- Prize : TBA
Whether you’re looking to up your Tracer-game with tips, or just looking for something to watch, MidWest Lan aims to be entertaining. MWL features rising talent in the MidWest Overwatch scene and from beyond. If you and your team are up to the challenge, MWL’s registrations are still open and just waiting for you.
2) Overwatch Carbon Series
Looking for something weekly to follow? Look no further than Overwatch Carbon Series.
- Where : Official Twitch Stream
- When : Febuary 20th – March 26th
- Prize : TBD
Carbon Entertainment is looking to bring you Overwatch action quite soon with it's Carbon Series tournament. So far six teams have been invited including Luminosity Gaming, Complexity Gaming, Team Liquid, Immortals gg, Renegades, and Hammers Esports. Follow the tournaments official twitter and facebook for more information as it comes up!
1) APEX Season 2
With Blizzard attached to this Next Generation Esports tournament can the APEX Season 2 open up the New Year with a bang?
- Where : Offical Twitch Stream
- When : January – April 2017
- Prize : 1st - $100,000
- 2nd - $40,000
- 3rd - $12,000
- 4th - $8,000
Tired of waiting to see some of your favorite teams face-off, bored of just watching the snow fall? Look no further for entertainment than APEX Season two. APEX Season 2 features names like Misfits, Cloud9, and EnVyUs. With $100,000 in prizes up for grabs, these team will be playing for keeps.
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With 2017 already in full swing, there’s hope to hear announcements sooner than later.
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