While FGC events have mostly been pushed online due to the COVID-19 pandemic, WePlay Esports is giving fighting game fans a burst of offline relief to bow out 2020.
So what do you need to know about WePlay Dragon Temple? Here’s all the information you need for catching the action.
When is WePlay Dragon Temple?
WePlay Dragon Temple is an offline invitational event taking place at a custom-built arena in Kyiv, Ukraine on Friday 10th December to Sunday 13th December.
This marks the first FGC event, specifically in Mortal Kombat, for WePlay Esports - who are primarily known for hosting tournaments in Dota 2, Counter Strike: Global Offensive and League of Legends.
What is the format and prize pool?
The tournament is split between a Group stage and Playoffs. The former will have two round-robin groups, with players required to win two out of three sets against their opponent.
The top four competitors from each group will advance to the Playoffs, where they’ll battle it out in a best-of-five double elimination bracket for the lion’s share of a $60,000 prize pool.
What are the groups for WePlay Dragon Temple?
A total of 14 players will compete in WePlay Dragon Temple divided between two groups. These groups are divided as below.
Group Mortal (Picture: WePlay Esports)
- A F0xy Grampa
Group Kombat (Picture: WePlay Esports)
- Tekken Master
What is the schedule for WePlay Dragon Temple?
Each day will begin streaming at 8pm CET/7pm GMT, with matches played consecutively one after the other.
On day one (10 December) 25 best-of-three matches will take place, while day two comprises 21 best-of-three matches.
Day three is the first playoff day, consisting of 21 best-of-three matches. The final day will see 14 best-of-five matches starting at the same time.
How can I watch WePlay Dragon Temple?
WePlay Dragon Temple will be streamed across the WePlay Twitch channel.