Following six weeks of competitive Overwatch play, Overwatch Contenders will conclude Oct. 7 to 8 at the new Blizzard Arena in Los Angeles.
There are still three weeks of tournament play left before the finals event. Sixteen teams from across Europe and North America will be whittled down to eight teams, the top four from each region, who will compete for a share of each region’s $100,000 prize pool.
Fans will be able to attend the event live from the new Blizzard Arena, which was once home to legendary talk show The Tonight Show. Tickets cost $15 for each day, but a two-day pass will cost $25. Seating is first-come, first-serve at the event, with the time listed between 9am PT to 6pm PT.
As with the rest of the Overwatch Contenders tournament, the event will continue to be streamed live on Twitch.
Each region will have its own finals, with no overlapping regional play. Each region will have its own champion, with both events spread across the weekend. Overwatch Contenders in both Europe and North America just passed week three, with the fourth week beginning Sept. 8.
Misfits, 123, GamersOrigin, and Team Gigantti lead the Overwatch Contenders Europe tournament, while Team EnVyUs, EnVision, FaZe Clan, and Kungarna top the leaderboard in North America.