Ubisoft and Blue Mammoth Games have announced their 2021 Brawlhalla Esports Program, and it’s the biggest in the game’s history as it features a total prize pool of USD $1,000,000. The program has five international championships planned from February to November 2021.
The 2021 season will start with the Winter Championship which has a USD $75,000 total prize pool. This online championship will happen from February 27 to March 14, and it will allow players on different platforms to complete thanks to Brawlhalla’s cross-platform support.
Later this year, players across the world will be able to participate in the following Brawlhalla Championships:
- The Spring Championship: happening online in April and May
- The Summer Championship: happening online in July
- The Autumn Championship happening online in September and October
- The World Championship: happening in November. More information on the format will be shared later this year
Players who are interested in competing in the championships are able to register now. More information on registration can be found here: www.brawlhalla.com/esports.
Alongside the five championships of Brawlhalla’s 2021 season, Ubisoft and Blue Mammoth Games will also hold several invitational events throughout the year, including the Brawlhalla Pro Series. This series is a four-week online competition with a unique new format that will take place in June.