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H1Z1: Fight for the Crown tournament features $300,000 prize pool

H1Z1: Fight for the Crown tournament features $300,000 prize pool
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CW Seed, the digital partner to the CW Network, is set to host a five part documentary this Spring leading up to the first H1Z1: King of the Kill team tournament, Fight for the Crown.  The documentary series will feature the Echo Fox esports franchise, led by Rick Fox and Jace Hall.  It will detail their preparation to compete in the tournament.  The tournament itself will be broadcast on the CW Network on April 20th at 9PM ET.

The 75-person tournament will feature 15 elite teams of five, including Echo Fox, Rogue Gaming, Panda Global and Denial Esports, all competing for their share of a $300,000 prize pool.

Think you have what it takes to compete?  Submit your scores to the Twin Galaxies H1Z1 Leaderboard.  The remaining spots will be filled from the top players listed on the leaderboards. Once you have found a team, you can then apply for a spot in the tournament over on www.h1z1fightforthecrown.com.  More teams will be announced as the spots the tournament approaches, so keep an eye out for any of your favorite players. More info can be found here

The top five placed teams at the end of the single game will receive a portion of the prize pool, split up as follows:

  1. $180,000
  2. $60,000
  3. $30,000
  4. $18,000
  5. $12,000

H1Z1 is still in Early Access and available on Steam for $19.99.  

Matthew Monnie is a journalist for Mammoth Gamers. He has a love for gaming, playing mostly on PC and PS4, and streaming on Twitch. When he is not gaming, he can be found partaking in Dungeons and Dragons, watching sports, programming, or enjoying the outdoors