Almost 4,000 players have signed up for the Brawlhalla Spring Championships (US/EU)!
Next month, the Brawlhalla Spring Championships will take place online for European and USA contestants! This circuit consists of a series of online brackets to be played in singles and doubles formats. Players will compete for Circuit Points, which will determine who from each region will qualify for the Brawlhalla World Championship, the endpoint for the Brawlhalla Circuit.
We took a glimpse at their Smash.GG pages today and were quite amazed to see how many players have entered the Spring Championships. As of now, over 2,000 Europeans and almost 1,600 USA players have submitted their registrations!
What is even more startling is how fast these numbers are climbing. According to a Twitter post released by the Brawlhalla account on April 7th, around 1,800 players filled the brackets. Yesterday, another update on the registrants revealed that the count had passed 3,000!
Over 1800 competitors have signed up for the Brawlhalla Spring Championship! Will you be one of them?
— Brawlhalla (@Brawlhalla) April 7, 2017
The Brawlhalla Spring Championship passed 3,000 registrants this weekend!
— Brawlhalla (@Brawlhalla) April 10, 2017
If this does not define a lively competitive scene for you, we do not know what will!
The Brawlhalla Spring Championship offers a prize pot of $10,000 to be distributed across the brackets. All qualifiers will be flown out to Atlanta, GA for the circuit’s offline finale. If you play Brawlhalla but haven’t signed up, we encourage that you do so! See the Brawlhalla Circuit’s Smash.GG page for more information.
We’d also like to mention that as of last week, we’ve partnered with the Brawlhalla Circuit to host a series of brackets called the Legend Series. Please see this article to learn more!
Brawlhalla was developed and published by Blue Mammoth Games. It is available to play on Playstation 4 and PC. For the PC players, you can visit Brawlhalla’s Steam page to download the game!
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