NetEase Games is expanding Top Clans esports even further, with the Top Clans 2021 Winter Invitational starting on November 17th. The tournament will involve pitched battles in games like Dota 2 and NARAKA: BLADEPOINT.
Top Clans Summer 2021 Was A Hit!
The Top Clans 2021 Summer Invitational was a huge success, with teams battling for a prize pool of over $34,000. This was the event that introduced even more countries to Top Clans, including India, Pakistan and Mongolia. The teams battled in Dota 2, Rules of Survival, Tom and Jerry: Chase, and Mobile Legend Bang Bang, many brave players fought in Grand Finals throughout September, but only a few made it to the top, including Team Nitroux for Rules of Survival and Army Geniuses for Dota 2.
Top Clans Winter Grassroots Stage review
The competition in the Top Clans 2021 Winter Invitational is already fierce, as the champion teams from the Top Clans 2021 Summer Invitational will be taking part. Despite this, Top Clans will be taking a grassroots approach, by allowing even more players to join the contest and enjoy Esports as a whole. This is due to the event widening beyond Southeast Asia, with competitors from territories like Japan and Russia able to compete. The games that will be played at Top Clans 2021 Winter Invitational are Dota 2, Mobile Legends: Bang Bang, Rules of Survival, and NARAKA: BLADEPOINT.
Top Clans has reached out to the communities for games like Mobile Legends: Bang Bang in different countries, in order to find those who are truly passionate about the game and give them a role in shaping their own esports experience. With Dota 2, this has gone even further, as Top Clans has partnered with renowned tournament organizers for the event, like Moon Studio and Epulze. The big new game at Top Clans 2021 Winter Invitational is NetEase’s own NARAKA: BLADEPOINT, with the winners competing in the NARAKA Official World Championship in January 2022, as the representatives of Southeast Asia.
The Top Clans 2021 Winter Invitational Details
The Top Clans 2021 Winter Invitational will begin on November 17th, with the competitors earning their spots from grassroots tournaments in different countries. They will be battling for an overall prize pool of $110,000, which is more than double than the prize pool from the Top Clans 2021 Summer Invitational. The Invitational tournaments will be broadcast in English, as well as a number of other languages, including Indonesian, Tagalog, and Thai. Top Clans 2021 Winter Invitational promises to be the biggest Top Clans event yet, with gamers from all over the world able to follow the action online as it happens.