Player Roster for Summoners War Paris Tournament Announced

World Arena Championship Grand Final on November 25 in Los Angeles

Com2us is announcing the competitors for the “2017 Summoners War World Arena Championship” preliminaries in Paris. The tournament’s official page www.summonerswar.com now lists 16 participants from seven European countries, as well as two replacement players.

Thanks to their ranking in the game’s current World Arena season, players such as Kabzon (Russia), Alucard36 (Germany) and Fortdeus (Netherlands) secured one of the coveted spots in the European tournament. They will be competing for a prize pool of $5,000 USD, as well as for two spots in the Grand Final in the U.S.

A total of six players from Germany, three from France and three from The Netherlands, as well as one each from Switzerland, Italy, Sweden and Russia will be playing in the tournament. The two replacement players are from Belgium and Germany.

The venue is ‘Le Comedia’, an old theater in the heart of Paris. Admission for spectators is free, but registration is required. Some lucky fans might still manage to get a ticket on https://www.eventbrite.fr/e/summoners-war-english-version-tickets-37720983477

For those who would rather watch from home, the whole tournament will be streamed on the Summoners War eSports Youtube channel: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCy5CDpZBPxd9O20BnIt8YWg

The tournament in Paris is one of nine local events in the 2017 Summoners War World Arena Championship. On the same day, events are also taking place in Tokyo and New York. The prize pool across all tournaments is $100,000 USD, $50,000 of which are reserved for the grand final in Los Angeles on November 25 in the Microsoft Theater.

Summoners War recently celebrated it’s three-year-birthday, while also hitting the significant $1 billion USD lifetime revenue milestone in August. More than 80 million players worldwide have downloaded the game.

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