Details of the 2023 Brawlhalla esports season revealed
Ubisoft has announced details for the 2023 Brawlhalla esports season, which will include both online and offline events with a total prize pool of $1 million.
Starting February 3 with the Winter Championship, players around the world can compete in 4 seasonal online tournaments. Following each of these online tournaments, the top performing players from the Middle East and North Africa, North America, South America and Europe will be invited to compete in person at the Season Finals in Atlanta, Georgia. Competitors in the MENAT region must use EU servers for official esports events. Players can Register now for the 2023 Winter Championship.
In addition to the seasonal tournaments and real-world finals, there will be 3 additional real-world LAN events organized for Brawlhalla, which will be announced at a later date. And last but not least, the Brawlhalla World Championship aka BCX will return in November 2023, the biggest Brawlhalla has seen and brought together over 1,000 people last year.
Rounding out the competitive year, BCX 2023 is an open entry tournament for anyone, amateur and professional players alike, to register to compete in singles and doubles tournaments. BCX 2023 is one of the biggest competitions in Brawlhalla that celebrates the game and its community. The event will include a series of on-the-ground activities, reveals and more for fans to enjoy.