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Brawlhalla Summer Championship
Mighty vikings, stealthy ninjas and fighting game fans from around the world are invited to join the epic battles sure to take place at the Brawlhalla Summer Championship Series, an online Brawlhalla tournament occurring July 29-30.More than 1,300 circuit points and $10,000 USD in cash prizes are on the line in the last seasonal Brawlhalla championship event before the $100k World Championship taking place in Atlanta this November.Players can register to participate via the Brawlhalla Circuit Schedule.Brawlhalla $10k Summer Championship Series Takes Place July 29-30Last Online Event Before $100k World ChampionshipATLANTA, GA - June 26, 2017 - Blue Mammoth Games invites warriors from around the world to test their mettle in the Brawlhalla Summer Championship Series, an online Brawlhalla tournament taking place Saturday, July 29 and Sunday, July 30, 2017 on the Brawlhalla Twitch channel.More than 1,300 circuit points and $10,000 USD in cash prizes are on the line in the Brawlhalla Summer Championship, the last seasonal Brawlhalla championship before the ultimate Brawlhalla event, the $100k World Championship, taking place in Atlanta this November.The Brawlhalla Summer Championship will be divided into four divisions, NA 1v1, EU 1v1, NA 2v2, and EU 2v2, with $2,500 in cash prizes for each division. The 1v1 competitions will take place on July 29 and the 2v2 competitions will take place on July 30. The daily schedule will be as follows:12:00pm EDT - Start time (Europe)2:00 pm EDT - Finals (Europe)3:00pm EDT - Start time (North America)5:00pm EDT - Finals (North America)Players can register for the Brawlhalla Summer Championship via the Brawlhalla Circuit Schedule. For more information, please visit the Brawlhalla esports website or check out the full tournament rules.Paul "FunkyP" Ngyuen, veteran of EVO, CEO and Dreamhack streaming, is producing the Brawlhalla Summer Championship stream. Blue Mammoth developers David "Foda" Kisich and Eric "TWK" Devlin will be commentating."The format hasn't changed, but for the last online championship of the season the stakes will be even higher as everyone battles for circuit points and a chance to qualify for the World Championship," says Kisich, Director of Esports, Blue Mammoth Games. "We can't wait to see who will come out on top and compete in November."