ESL America is proud to announce that from October it will be bringing you the second season of competitive Infinite Crisis. With a US$20,000 prize pool on the line, there will be a lot to fight for – do you have what it takes to lead your team of DC heroes and villains to victory?
How it’ll work
Our Go4InfiniteCrisis cups are your key to accumulating points and getting your shot at a chunk of that impressive prize pool. The weekly Go4 cups will be an open signup single elimination bracket played in a best of one format, while the monthly finals will see that month’s top eight teams duke it out in a best of one single elimination format until the semifinals, whereupon the matches will be played in a best of three format.
The seasonal finals will see the top four ranked teams at the conclusion of the regular season head to our studios in Burbank, California to fight for a piece of a US$10,000 prize pool in a best of three single elimination LAN tournament, with all the action to be broadcast live on Twitch!
- Saturday November 1st: October monthly final (US$1,000 prize)
- Saturday December 6th: November monthly final (US$1,000 prize)
- Saturday January 10th: December monthly final (US$1,000 prize)
- Saturday January 17th: Seasonal finals (US$10,000 prize)
Your first opportunity to win points – and a cool US$500 – will be on October the 5th, when our Sunday Go4InfiniteCrisis cups kick off once more. Assemble your team and sign up here, while you can find further details on the cup, rules and more here.
Infinite Crisis’s first oflline event happened on Saturday – were you watching?