In-person events look to be making a comeback.
WoW Esports Celebrates 15 Years with Big Plans for 2022
As competitive WoW enters its fifteenth year, the WoW Esports team have big plans for their biggest events. The Arena World Championship, Mythic Dungeon international and Classic Arena Tournament are all set to return for 2022, but with one major change: the reintroduction of in-person events. Let’s just hope that this year is more merciful than its predecessors.
Arena World Championship
The OG of WoW Esports, the AWC has been around for fifteen of WoW’s seventeen-year history. And this year, the legendary tournament is kicking off on 18th March.
Sign-ups for Europe and North America are already open. And, following the conclusion of Season 3, some all-new one-off events will be introduced to test out some ideas on evolving competitive PvP.
Mythic Dungeon International
Season 3 of the MDI will be reviving the Groups format from Season 2. And dungeon-running teams can register now for the season Time Trials that begin on 30th March.
The Great Push is also back and bigger than ever - with a whopping extra $210,000 in prize money. Details on how the event will change are scant, but watch this space as the year brings further announcements.
Classic Arena Tournament
CAT is returning to Burning Crusade Classic for Season 3. There doesn’t seem to be much in the way of changes for CAT, but sign-ups are open until 9th February for Europe and North America.
So as another year of WoW Esports gets underway, be sure to keep track of our weekly WoW Wednesday segment as we continue to follow the biggest developments.
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