Paravox Gold Rush Tournament in Tokyo will have a 100 Million Yen Prize Pool

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May 2, 2024

Big news from 81RAVENS! PARAVOX, their latest gaming sensation, is primed to debut its inaugural global tournament: the PARAVOX GOLD RUSH TOURNAMENT (PGRT), slated for July 31, 2024, in Tokyo, Japan. The tournament boasts a staggering prize pool of 100 million yen, with four elite teams vying for glory.

Open Tournaments will kick off in early June to heighten the anticipation, determining the top teams from diverse regions like Southeast Asia, Japan, North America, and LATAM. These teams will receive exclusive VIP treatment, including travel arrangements and luxury accommodations, ensuring an unforgettable experience during their participation in the Tokyo showdown come July.

Adding to the excitement, renowned Japanese artists are set to deliver a live performance during the tournament, promising a thrilling and unforgettable experience for gaming enthusiasts and spectators alike.

In the Southeast Asian region, an open qualifier offers players outside of invited professional teams a chance to compete. This qualifier serves as a platform for showcasing skills and potentially securing a spot in the playoffs. However, invited professional teams automatically advance to the playoffs, providing them with a competitive edge.

 

The organizers are thrilled to unveil the list of invited professional teams for VOL.1!

Japan

  • FENNEL
  • VARREL
  • REJECT
  • SCARZ
  • ZETA DIVISION

Southeast Asia

  • Alter Ego (Indonesia)
  • Attack All Around (Thailand)
  • Bleed Esports (Singapore)
  • Bren Esports (Philippines)
  • FULLSENSE (Thailand)

 

 

PARAVOX is thrilled to kick-off its official selection, unveiling weekly detailed results featuring the top 100 players, their weapon preferences, win percentages, and more. These exclusive insights are shared only with invited pro teams, aiding them in building formidable rosters.

Simply fill out the in-game form to be part of the official selection. Yes, that means you too can vie for a spot among the pro players. So, gear up and prepare to dazzle with your skills!

But wait, there’s more! An international offline tournament boasting a substantial prize pool is slated for Japan, alongside a Southeast Asia qualifier to determine the region’s representative team. Top eSports teams from across the globe will join, igniting the competitive scene with unparalleled excitement.

 

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