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Mortal Kombat 11 Pro Kompetition Season 2 announced with $60,000 prize pool

NetherRealm has announced an online Pro Kompetition circuit for Mortal Kombat 11 starting from 5th December.
Mortal Kombat 11 is set for a second competitive season through Pro Kompetition, only this time in an online format. 

After Dominique “SonicFox” McLean reigned victorious at Final Kombat back in March this year, NetherRealm Studios has announced plans for a second official competitive circuit for Mortal Kombat 11. 

Due to the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic, Pro Kompetition Season 2 will take place entirely online - split between three regional divisions (Interkontinental Kombat, North American League and Liga Latina) and 90 total online events. 

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The three divisions for Pro Kompetition (Picture: YouTube) 

The tournament circuit will have a $60,000 total prize pool split equally between each region ($20,000 for each regional winner). It will also take place entirely on the PlayStation 4 console.

The competition is open to all players and will adopt a double-elimination best-of-five format. If you finish in the top 8 (or top 16 for North American League) of your respective region’s leaderboard, you will advance to the Regional Finals. 

Pro Kompetition Season 2 will kick off on 5th December, with players able to sign-up here

This tournament circuit also follows the release of Mortal Kombat 11 Ultimate, a definitive version of the title which includes new DLC characters Rambo, Mileena and Rain. 

This is also the first MK tournament circuit to allow custom variations, enabling players to customise their fighters with tailored move sets best suited to their style. It’s a feature the community has requested since the game released, which looks to give competitive play a fresh lease of life.