Registration for MARVEL Super War: Tournament of Bast – Series 2 is Now Open

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July 7, 2021

Epic battles and glory await as MARVEL Super War: Tournament of Bast – Series 2 descends upon the Philippines this July. Fresh off the heels of its successful first-ever themed tournament, the hotly anticipated second series is once again calling on all Super Heroes and Super Villains of the MARVEL Universe to prove themselves and fight for the glory of Bast, the Panther goddess, as she returns to the battlefield of Wakanda seeking only the worthiest of champions.

“MARVEL Super War: Tournament of Bast is a celebration for all our fans who have continued to support us since we launched in 2019 and we are extremely pleased with the positive reception that our game has received, especially in the Philippines. At Marvel, we pride ourselves in offering users an in-depth and exciting mobile gaming experience that is built on the values of fair combat, balanced gameplay, skill, perseverance, and teamwork,” said Danny Koo, Director of Production, Marvel Games

The tournament is set to run from July 8 to 31 with a prize pool of PHP 260,000 up for grabs. Operated by leading esports authority Mineski Global, registration is now open and will close on July 7. Only 32 slots are available on a first-come, first-served basis and all matches will be played online. The second series of MARVEL Super War: Tournament of Bast promises weeks of exciting battles and grand fetes of combat for the ages. It will also mark the official tournament debut of Wave, also known as Pearl Pangan, the Agent of Atlas character from the Philippines who was recently added to the MARVEL Super War roster this month. As a special treat, the first 10 teams to register will receive exclusive access to use her in the competition. Interested participants may sign up at

“It is because of our fans that we have been able to receive such raving positive reviews and widespread popularity. After witnessing an all-Filipino final at the recent NetEast MARVEL Super War Top Clans 2020 SEA Invitational, we are excited to give our fans in the Philippines another opportunity to showcase their skills and prove their worth as among the best in the region,” said Lola Ong, Marketing Manager, NetEase Games.

The campaign starts with four single-elimination Qualifiers that are scheduled on July 10, 11, 17, and 18. The top two from each round will then advance to the Group Stages where the eight teams will be divided into two groups and compete in a round-robin format from July 24 to 25. The top two from each batch will then face off in a double-elimination Playoff on July 31 where only one will emerge as Bast’s champion of war.

MARVEL Super War gathers Super Heroes and Super Villains from across the Marvel Universe into one colossal clash. From the Avengers and X-Men to the Guardians of the Galaxy and Spider-Man, players can take some of their favorite characters straight into combat, using their awesome abilities to create epic moments on the battlefield. To date, MARVEL Super War has been downloaded 10 million times since its release in December 2019.

MARVEL Super War is currently available in countries and regions including Thailand, the Philippines, Indonesia, Singapore, Malaysia, South Korea, Japan, Australia, New Zealand, Hong Kong, Taiwan, and Macao.

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