Ubisoft, publisher of free-to-play platform fighting game Brawlhalla, have announced the details of the Brawlhalla Esports Season 2023, which will feature both online and offline events for an overall prize pool of USD $1 million.
Starting on 3rd February with the Winter Championship, players around the world can compete in four online Seasonal Championships. Following each of these online Championships, the top performers from North America, South America, and Europe will be invited to compete in-person at the Seasonal Royales in Atlanta, Georgia.
Winter Championship 2023 registration: https://start.gg/brawlhalla
Alongside the Seasonal Championships and in-person Royales, there will be 3 additional in-person LAN events organised for Brawlhalla, to be announced later on.
Brawlhalla World Championship (BCX)
Lastly, the biggest Brawlhalla event, which gathered over 1,000 people last year, the Brawlhalla World Championship, also known as BCX, will return in November 2023. Concluding the competitive year, BCX 2023 is an open sign-up tournament where anyone, professional and amateur players alike, can sign up to compete in Single and Doubles tournaments. BCX 2023 is more than one of the biggest competitions in Brawlhalla, it is a full expo celebrating the game and its community. The event will feature a series of on-site activities, reveals, and more for fans to enjoy.
For more information on the Brawlhalla Esports Season 2023, please visit: https://brawlhalla.com/esports
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