IT’S TIME TO PROVE YOURSELF

This is the fifth year for official Brawlhalla Esports and it’s bigger than ever! With the Brawlhalla World Tour you can look forward to bigger tournaments, increased prize pools and more! There has never been a better time to start competing!

All official online and in-person tournaments are open-entry and are brought to you by the developers at Blue Mammoth Games. Check out the tournament schedule to register for upcoming events in your region!

IT’S TIME TO

PROVE YOURSELF

This is the fifth year for official Brawlhalla Esports and it’s bigger than ever! With the Brawlhalla World Tour you can look forward to bigger tournaments, increased prize pools and more! There has never been a better time to start competing!

All official online and in-person tournaments are open-entry and are brought to you by the developers at Blue Mammoth Games. Check out the tournament schedule to register for upcoming events in your region!

Tournament Roadmap

TOURNAMENT

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Brawlhalla World Tour Details

Outline

Brawlhalla World Tour Overview

The 2020 Brawlhalla World Tour is a hyper focused international esports program that is easy to follow for both players and viewers. Through its comprehensive but simple format it will organically create narratives and story lines that will culminate at the 2020 Brawlhalla World Championship.

All Brawlhalla World Tour tournaments are open-entry and include online and in-person events.

Leaderboard and Rules

The leaderboard of the 2020 Brawlhalla World Tour uses the official Brawlhalla Power Ranking system. This is the same system that the 2019 Brawlhalla Esports season used. Every tournament on the tour will affect Power Rankings. Power Rankings are tracked on a per-region basis.

Power Rankings are a summary of tournament performance. They consider many factors that a simple accumulative leaderboard system could not, such as: how important each tournament was, how recent each tournament was, who beat who, who lost to who, how consistent are the players, etc.

The Official Brawlhalla Power Rankings can be found at https://www.brawlhalla.com/rankings/power/ and in the esports section of the in-game client.

The 2020 Brawlhalla World Tour Competitive Rule set can be found at https://www.smash.gg/brawlhalla/rules.

2020 World Championship

The 2020 Brawlhalla World Championship is an open-entry $150,000 tournament for both singles and doubles. The singles tournament is broken down into two phases.

The first phase of the World Championship is an open-entry double-elimination bracket in which the winner qualifies to play in the World Championship Final.

The World Championship Final is a 32-player double-elimination bracket where every competitor has qualified for their spot through either Power Rankings or Last Chance Qualifiers. 26 of the top Brawlhalla players around the world earn travel and qualify for this bracket through Power Rankings. 5 players earn their spot through Online Regional Last Chance Qualifiers.

Here is how many players will earn travel and qualify for the The World Championship Final from each region.

  • North America – 10
  • Europe – 10
  • South America – 4
  • Australia – 1
  • Southeast Asia – 1
  • Online Regional Last Chance Qualifiers – 5 (one from each region)

This makes up 31 of the 32 players for the World Championship Final. The final player earns their spot through the first phase of the 2020 Brawlhalla World Championship.

Improvements from 2019

What makes the Brawlhalla Esports Year Five better than ever?

  • More funded player travel than ever before with online seasonal champions earning travel to their next eligible in-person event.
  • Largest single tournament prize pool in Brawlhalla Esports history: $150,000.
  • In-person tournament prize pools increased from $20,000 to $30,000.
  • New tournament setups
  • In-game Esports Features to be added
  • Tournament Live Notifications
  • Viewership Rewards
  • Offline Tournament Mode
  • In-game Rankings
  • Live countdown tiles for tournaments
  • More unique Esports DLC
  • New Community Tournament support initiative.
  • Increased prize-pools for South America tournaments.
  • Official 2v2 tournaments for South America, Southeast Asia and Australia
  • $50,000 Midseason Championship at the fabulous Esports Stadium Arlington!

Contact Information

For questions please contact Foda at foda @ brawlhalla.com

Disclaimer

All details are subject to change. These are general guidelines, all final decisions and approvals are made by the BMG Esports Team.  

Brawlhalla World Tour Details

Outline

  • Brawlhalla World Tour Overview
  • Leaderboards and Rules
  • 2020 World Championship
  • Improvements from 2019
  • Contact Information

Brawlhalla World Tour Overview

The 2020 Brawlhalla World Tour is a hyper focused international esports program that is easy to follow for both players and viewers. Through its comprehensive but simple format it will organically create narratives and story lines that will culminate at the 2020 Brawlhalla World Championship.

All Brawlhalla World Tour tournaments are open-entry and include online and in-person events.

Leaderboard and Rules

The leaderboard of the 2020 Brawlhalla World Tour uses the official Brawlhalla Power Ranking system. This is the same system that the 2019 Brawlhalla Esports season used. Every tournament on the tour will affect Power Rankings. Power Rankings are tracked on a per-region basis.

Power Rankings are a summary of tournament performance. They consider many factors that a simple accumulative leaderboard system could not, such as: how important each tournament was, how recent each tournament was, who beat who, who lost to who, how consistent are the players, etc.

The Official Brawlhalla Power Rankings can be found at https://www.brawlhalla.com/rankings/power/ and in the esports section of the in-game client.

The 2020 Brawlhalla World Tour Competitive Rule set can be found at https://www.smash.gg/brawlhalla/rules.

2020 World Championship

The 2020 Brawlhalla World Championship is an open-entry $150,000 tournament for both singles and doubles. The singles tournament is broken down into two phases.

The first phase of the World Championship is an open-entry double-elimination bracket in which the winner qualifies to play in the World Championship Final.

The World Championship Final is a 32-player double-elimination bracket where every competitor has qualified for their spot through either Power Rankings or Last Chance Qualifiers. 26 of the top Brawlhalla players around the world earn travel and qualify for this bracket through Power Rankings. 5 players earn their spot through Online Regional Last Chance Qualifiers.

Here is how many players will earn travel and qualify for the The World Championship Final from each region.

  • North America – 10
  • Europe – 10
  • South America – 4
  • Australia – 1
  • Southeast Asia – 1
  • Online Regional Last Chance Qualifiers – 5 (one from each region)

This makes up 31 of the 32 players for the World Championship Final. The final player earns their spot through the first phase of the 2020 Brawlhalla World Championship.

Improvements from 2019

What makes the Brawlhalla Esports Year Five better than ever?

  • More funded player travel than ever before with online seasonal champions earning travel to their next eligible in-person event.
  • Largest single tournament prize pool in Brawlhalla Esports history: $150,000.
  • In-person tournament prize pools increased from $20,000 to $30,000.
  • New tournament setups
  • In-game Esports Features to be added
  • Tournament Live Notifications
  • Viewership Rewards
  • Offline Tournament Mode
  • In-game Rankings
  • Live countdown tiles for tournaments
  • More unique Esports DLC
  • New Community Tournament support initiative.
  • Increased prize-pools for South America tournaments.
  • Official 2v2 tournaments for South America, Southeast Asia and Australia
  • $50,000 Midseason Championship at the fabulous Esports Stadium Arlington!

Contact Information

For questions please contact Foda at foda @ brawlhalla.com

Disclaimer

All details are subject to change. These are general guidelines, all final decisions and approvals are made by the BMG Esports Team.

Brawlhalla World Tour Details

Outline

  • Brawlhalla World Tour Overview
  • Leaderboards and Rules
  • 2020 World Championship
  • Improvements from 2019
  • Contact Information

Brawlhalla World Tour Overview

The 2020 Brawlhalla World Tour is a hyper focused international esports program that is easy to follow for both players and viewers. Through its comprehensive but simple format it will organically create narratives and story lines that will culminate at the 2020 Brawlhalla World Championship.

All Brawlhalla World Tour tournaments are open-entry and include online and in-person events.

Leaderboard and Rules

The leaderboard of the 2020 Brawlhalla World Tour uses the official Brawlhalla Power Ranking system. This is the same system that the 2019 Brawlhalla Esports season used. Every tournament on the tour will affect Power Rankings. Power Rankings are tracked on a per-region basis.

Power Rankings are a summary of tournament performance. They consider many factors that a simple accumulative leaderboard system could not, such as: how important each tournament was, how recent each tournament was, who beat who, who lost to who, how consistent are the players, etc.

The Official Brawlhalla Power Rankings can be found at https://www.brawlhalla.com/rankings/power/ and in the esports section of the in-game client.

The 2020 Brawlhalla World Tour Competitive Rule set can be found at https://www.smash.gg/brawlhalla/rules.

2020 World Championship

The 2020 Brawlhalla World Championship is an open-entry $150,000 tournament for both singles and doubles. The singles tournament is broken down into two phases.

The first phase of the World Championship is an open-entry double-elimination bracket in which the winner qualifies to play in the World Championship Final.

The World Championship Final is a 32-player double-elimination bracket where every competitor has qualified for their spot through either Power Rankings or Last Chance Qualifiers. 26 of the top Brawlhalla players around the world earn travel and qualify for this bracket through Power Rankings. 5 players earn their spot through Online Regional Last Chance Qualifiers.

Here is how many players will earn travel and qualify for the The World Championship Final from each region.

  • North America – 10
  • Europe – 10
  • South America – 4
  • Australia – 1
  • Southeast Asia – 1
  • Online Regional Last Chance Qualifiers – 5 (one from each region)

This makes up 31 of the 32 players for the World Championship Final. The final player earns their spot through the first phase of the 2020 Brawlhalla World Championship.

Improvements from 2019

What makes the Brawlhalla Esports Year Five better than ever?

  • More funded player travel than ever before with online seasonal champions earning travel to their next eligible in-person event.
  • Largest single tournament prize pool in Brawlhalla Esports history: $150,000.
  • In-person tournament prize pools increased from $20,000 to $30,000.
  • New tournament setups
  • In-game Esports Features to be added
  • Tournament Live Notifications
  • Viewership Rewards
  • Offline Tournament Mode
  • In-game Rankings
  • Live countdown tiles for tournaments
  • More unique Esports DLC
  • New Community Tournament support initiative.
  • Increased prize-pools for South America tournaments.
  • Official 2v2 tournaments for South America, Southeast Asia and Australia
  • $50,000 Midseason Championship at the fabulous Esports Stadium Arlington!

Contact Information

For questions please contact Foda at foda @ brawlhalla.com

Disclaimer

All details are subject to change. These are general guidelines, all final decisions and approvals are made by the BMG Esports Team.

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