If SMITE isn’t your cup of tea, you can tune in and watch the best Paladins players in the world compete for their share of $300,000.
The event is full of well-known esports organizations that compete at the highest level in other games. Two of those teams will meet in the opening match on Friday when last year’s champions and top seeded Natus Vincere take on Virtus Pro at 10:15am CT.
The other contenders that make up the six remaining slots are Fnatic, G2 Esports, Kanga eSports, Spacestation Gaming, Team Envy, and Ninjas in Pyjamas.
In similar fashion to the SMITE Championship, the first day will kick off at 9:30am CT with Hi-Rez Presents, followed by the NaVi and Virtus match. In total there will be four best-of-five series on Nov. 16.
Likewise, day two will feature two best-of-seven semifinal matches that will decide the pair of teams competing for the championship on Sunday.
Following the main matches, Paladins will also host the NACE Paladins College Final to to see which of the competing colleges will take home the lion’s share of a $50,000 scholarship pool.
Day three is where one team will walk away from the Paladins PC grand final and claim the 2019 Paladins Championship and become the ultimate Champion of the Realm.
Each day will also feature matches from the Paladins Console Wars event. The first day will hold the Xbox final, day two will host the PS4 final, and the official Console Wars final will be happening just before the main series final.
Events kick off Nov. 16 at 9:30am CT with a special announcement, so don’t miss a second of the action.