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WHAT IS BRAWLHALLA ESPORTS?

Brawlhalla Esports is a community focused, developer supported competitive scene. Beginning in 2016, Brawlhalla Esports has grown tremendously year after year to the point where we are at today. Over one million dollars has been awarded so far and another one million dollars will be awarded this year.

Thanks to the tens of thousands of competitors and hundreds of thousands of viewers for each tournament, Brawlhalla Esports continues to grow and be more amazing every year. You can learn more about the 2021 Brawlhalla Esports Season here!

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BRAWLHALLA ESPORTS RESOURCES

BRAWLHALLA ESPORTS 2021 SCHEDULE

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Recent News

WHAT IS BRAWLHALLA ESPORTS?

Brawlhalla Esports is a community focused, developer supported competitive scene. Beginning in 2016, Brawlhalla Esports has grown tremendously year after year to the point where we are at today. Over one million dollars has been awarded so far and another one million dollars will be awarded this year.

Thanks to the tens of thousands of competitors and hundreds of thousands of viewers for each tournament, Brawlhalla Esports continues to grow and be more amazing every year. You can learn more about 2021 Brawlhalla Esports here!

PARSEC INVITATIONAL

ESPORTS RESOURCES

2021 SCHEDULE

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The Brawlhalla Esports 2021 season features a total prize pool of $1,000,000 across all regions. Throughout the season there will be four seasonal championships, the Brawlhalla Pro Series, and the Brawlhalla World Championship 2021.

2021 will feature a slew of updates and improvements for competitors and spectators alike. In addition to the ONE MILLION DOLLAR prize pool, we are making major improvements to the  tournament stream viewing experience, and will be featuring more “pro-focused” events through the year. There will also be brand new smash.gg features that will make registering and competing a smoother experience for competitors.

The Brawlhalla Pro Series returns in the 2021 competitive season with an exciting new format! This year, the Pro Series will feature six teams in North America that will compete for a total prize pool of $50,000.

The Pro Series will kick off during the middle of the 2021 esports season with a draft that will be streamed live on twitch.tv/brawlhalla.

Each team is made up of six (6) players. The core of each team will be built around the top three (3) players in the designated regions depicted below:

Once the core of each team is decided, the three (3) initial players will then pick the rest of their team through a live streamed draft. Each team will draft two players to be on the main team roster and one alternate player for a total of three players. The alternate player helps the team practice and is available for emergency substitutions if needed.

While the core of each team is based on their geographical location, the drafted players can be picked from any region. The order of the draft will be in reverse order based on the average power ranking of the core team.

For example, if West’s team has the lowest total power ranking amongst their three players, they will draft their player first. If Midwest’s team is the highest power ranking, they will draft their player last.

This is a reverse order draft, the lowest (worst) seeded team drafts their player first, and the highest (best) seeded team drafts their player last. Once all teams have drafted one player, the draft continues in the same order (lowest first, highest last) until all teams have a total of six (6) players.

Teams will have several weeks to practice before beginning to compete for a total prize pool of $50,000 over a four (4) weekend-long season throughout July. Each team will compete against every other team once, after which the #1 ranked team of the season advances to the Pro Series Final, while the #2 and #3 compete in an exciting last-chance semifinal match to decide who will advance to the Pro Series Final.

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Depicted above is a graphic explaining the format of the 2021 Pro Series. Here is a breakdown of how each match is played:

Round One (1) – Crew Battle 

Three players on each team fight a series of bo1s where the winner fights the next player in line with their remaining stocks. The team will determine what three players fight in the crew battle before the match begins.

Round Two (2) – 2v2

The two players that did not participate in the crew battle fight a bo3 against the other teams remaining two players.

Round Three (3) – Tiebreaker 1v1

This happens when both teams win one round. Both teams designate one player on each team to fight a 1v1 bo3 for ultimate victory.

At the start of each week, teams designate their 3 crew battle players, 2 doubles (2v2) players, their anchor (1v1 player), and their alternate player. These will be reported on the Monday Esports Dev Stream and locked in for the weekend of competition.

It’s going to be awesome!

Be sure to follow @ProBrawlhalla on twitter to keep up with the latest news about Brawlhalla Esports and the 2021 Pro Series.

More information about the 2021 Brawlhalla World Championship will be announced later this year.

2021 Winter Power Rankings

Here are the Power Rankings following the 2021 Winter Championship. These files include all data from Brawlhalla Esports Year Six so far. The files are data breakdowns of the 2021 Power Rankings and the 2021 Power Rankings will be included in-game. Each link will provide you with a .cvs file for each region, or you can click on the first bold link to get all of the regions.

You can also view the most recent power rankings through the in-game client. Watch the video below for a guide on how to navigate there.