“It’s Time To Prove Yourself.” These words hang right above the Brawlhalla Esports World Tour registration button, making it even more tempting to test your mettle in this high-cash open tourney.
If you’re a fan of platform fighting games similar to Smash, you just might want to try your hand at Brawlhalla, and if you’re a fan of Brawlhalla, you might want to try your hand at this tourney. With similar gameplay to Smash, Brawlhalla shouldn’t feel too far from home; it’s even helped spawn other titles such as Rivals of Aether, which also faces its fair share of tournaments and competitive players.
This is the fifth open tourney developers Blue Mammoth Games have had since the game’s release, with the cash prize totaling up to $200,000. These go for both 1v1’s and 2v2’s, which are the only competitive game modes you have in the ranking system. If you reside in the US, then you may be interested to know that the power qualifier has been increased from 10 players to 31. This means that you are going to have a lot more people to contend with, as well as more chances to lose your power ranking.
The payouts of the game, which go from $40 to $8,000, are places from the top 43 players from the US. There is a chance of having $30,000 awarded per 1v1 and 2v2 brackets.
Everyone who registers here is able to qualify for the World Championship Finals, which is a double-elimination bracket where every competitor will have to qualify from either last chance standings or a high enough power ranking. If you have a relatively high rank on Brawlhalla and are determined to make some extra cash on your couch, then there’s little reason not to pursue that high-cash prize. If you can’t stand 1v1’s, then grab another adept friend and battle the opposing 29 players for a sweet stack.