From more than 200 teams competing in Cup 1, to only four teams remaining in both Europe and North America, the final contest for which teams will reign supreme is here. The top four teams in each region from the AWC Circuit face off this weekend for their share of the $200,000 (USD) global prize pool and title of Regional Champions. You can catch all of the PvP action on YouTube.com/Warcraft, beginning at 10 am this Saturday!
- Venue: Online – YouTube.com/Warcraft
- Dates: EU – Saturday, May 1 / NA – Sunday, May 2
- Broadcast Start Time: 10:00 AM PT
- Prize Pool: $200,000 (USD) total, with $100,000 (USD) per region
- Format: 3v3, Best of 5 / Best of 7 Finals
- Language Streams on YouTube:
Never miss a thing by subscribing to us on YouTube and check out the broadcast schedule on our esports page. Be sure to keep an eye on the WoW Esports Twitter page for live updates, recaps, and all the memes you can handle. We’ll see you in the Arena!
Karazhan Raid Testing – April 27
Raid – Date – Start Time
Karazhan – Tuesday, April 27 – 2:00 p.m. PDT/5:00 p.m. EDT
Testing will take place on the Badge of Justice Beta realm, and Kara will be open for at least a few days. The Badge of Justice Beta realm has level 70 template characters enabled, as well as consumables and professions vendors in Shattrath.
As always, please use the in-game bug reporter (default hotkey: F6) if you come across any bugs, and look here in this forum for dedicated feedback threads once the test gets underway.
We’ll see you there!