Over 4,000 participants have signed up across NA and EU regions to prove their valor in the biggest tournament this side of the Brawlhalla World Championship. Top players participating include the winner of the last Brawlhalla Circuit tournament, Boomie, and the highest standing EU player in the ranks, Sweden’s Maltimum.
1,378 Circuit Points are on the line in this SS Tier Brawlhalla Circuit event. Circuit Points are used to determine who from each region will secure a place in the Brawlhalla World Championship, where a prize pool of $100,000 is at stake.
Returning from the Brawlhalla Championship Series with commentary and analysis are Duc “DucXPham” Pham, Uyen-Anh “Whitesheepie” Dang, and Michael “Sparky878” Rahaim, who have been running community tournaments on their own since the early days of Brawlhalla’s closed beta.
The event format is as follows, with each with each event boasting a $2,500 prize pool:
- Saturday, May 13th
- North American 1v1 Tournament
- European 1v1 Tournament
- Sunday, May 14th – NA 2v2, EU 2v2
- North American 2v2 Tournament
- European 2v2 Tournament
“With all of our best players coming out to compete, I’m excited to see who is able to secure a spot at the invitational Brawlhalla World Championship in November,” said David “Foda” Kisich, Director of Esports, Blue Mammoth Games.
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