WoW: Classic Arena Tournament starts on February 18, 2022 - all info

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Are you up for some exciting arena matches in the World of Warcraft: Classic ecosystem? Then you should free up some time this coming weekend! From February 18 at 7:00 p.m. until February 21, 2022, the Classic Arena Tournament will run! Eight teams each from Europe and North America will be taking part.

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The important key data

According to Blizzard's official announcement, "World of Warcraft Esports crosses the Dark Portal and enters the arena in Season 3 for the second edition of the Classic Arena Tournament! The eight most powerful 3vs3 Arena teams from each of Europe and North America will put their incredible skills to the test in the Arena, competing for a total of $100,000 in prize money. Watch out for the Devil's Rabbit as we return to Outland for an action-packed weekend of classic Arena PvP. You can expect plenty of nostalgia, great commentators, and an interview with Brian Birmingham, Lead Software Engineer of WoW Classic! This is one event you don't want to miss!

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The where, who, what and why clarify the important key data for the tournament:

  • Where: YouTube.com/Warcraft and Twitch.tv/Warcraft
  • Co-Streams: Players can stream their matches.
  • Dates: Friday, February 18 through Sunday, February 21.
  • Start of the broadcast: 19:00 CET
  • Prizes: Prize pool totaling $100,000 USD
    • 1st place: 17,000 USD
    • 2nd place: 12,000 USD
    • 3rd place: 8,000 USD
    • 4th place: 5,000 USD
    • 5th & 6th place: 2,500 USD
    • 7th & 8th place: 1.500 USD
  • Format: 3vs3, Best of 7
  • Available languages for YouTube streams:
  • English - YouTube.com/Warcraft and Twitch.tv/Warcraft
  • French - http://twitch.tv/haraw

Moderators and Teams

The moderator team of the WoW Classic tournament: Eiya, Supatease, Venruki and Ziqo. Source: Blizzard With Elliott "Venruki" Venczel, Gillian "Eiya" Long, Mohammed "Ziqo" Beshir and Sid "Supatease" Compston, Blizzard was able to win several experienced WoW players as commentators for the tournament. The following teams have qualified for the games:

North American Teams

  • Sup Fresh
  • Fishstick Gaming
  • Kick Aimed Shot
  • Congrats Flaberz
  • Surfs Up
  • No Glaives
  • B I N G B O N G
  • PHD In Misery
Source: Blizzard The tournament tree for the North American teams. Source: Blizzard The tournament tree for the European teams.

European teams

  • Blackwater Gaming
  • Bald Pythons
  • Got Renamed
  • J.B. Phelps Insta
  • Scarabs
  • Naixi Demon King
  • Poland Mountain
  • Czsk Pumpers

Ten games each will decide who gets to take home the prize money of 17,000 US dollars. How does it look: Are you up for the Classic format of the Arena Tournament? Do you play Classic Arena PvP regularly in Burning Crusade? Let us know in the comments!

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