Get ready for five huge tournaments at Blizzcon 2016

Get ready for five huge tournaments at Blizzcon 2016

Blizzcon 2016 eSports betting

It’s that time of the year again where legendary video game developer Blizzard is hosting a huge convention dedicated to their games and fans. This year there will be five huge tournaments for Blizzard’s competitive video games with millions of dollars in prize money to be won. There is something for every esports fan at this event with first-person shooters, real-time strategy, MOBA and card games.

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The Overwatch World Cup will see eight different countries facing each other in a single elimination bracket. The group stage was played earlier in October where 16 countries fought for one of the eight playoff spots. There is no prize money, but this is still one of the most hyped up tournaments for Overwatch, and hundreds of thousands of viewers are expected to tune in.

It wouldn’t be Blizzcon without the Starcraft II World Championship Global Finals and this year Blizzard has added more money to what was already a huge prize pool. A whopping $200,000 will be given to the first place, a significant amount considering it all goes to a single player. Not impressed by Starcraft 2’s $500,000 prize pool? Hearthstone has decided to one-up it with a $1,000,000 prize total! Hearthstone is a hugely popular card game known for it’s intense matches where anything can happen. It’s a fantastic esport for the viewers with matches that can take huge turns after a single card draw.

First-person shooters, real-time strategy and card games aren’t your things? Luckily Blizzard decided to give their MOBA Heroes of the Storm a $1,000,000 tournament with $300,000 going to the winning team. Heroes of the Storm is a more lightweight game compared to Dota 2 and League of Legends. Even if you aren’t a fan of MOBA games, we still recommend that you check it out as it is quite different.

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Lastly, we have the World of Warcraft Arena Championship. WoW is perhaps not a game you would associate with esports, but this is a classic tournament that’s been at most Blizzcon events. As the name implies teams of four players each will be facing each other in the arena mode. You can expect non-stop action and heart-pounding matches where fast reflexes and strategic thinking are both rewarded.

We didn’t lie when we said Blizzcon had something for everyone. This is a perfect event for people who wants to start betting real money on esports. You’ll get the opportunity to bet on some unique tournaments that may not show up at next year’s Blizzcon. You can expect most of these events to be available for betting on our listed sportsbooks so be sure to sign up and win some money now!

 

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