Mogul Launching its First Oceanic Multi-Game Esports Tournament Open to All

Jul
11

Mogul Launching its First Oceanic Multi-Game Esports Tournament Open to All

Mogul, which is essentially an online tournament platform for games, is launching its first Oceanic multi-game tournament beginning next week on Monday, July 15. The cash-prize esports tournament is open to everyone and will cover five of the most popular competitive titles out there – Fortnite (All), DOTA 2 (PC), Rainbow 6: Siege (PC), Tekken 7 (PS4) and Call of Duty (PS4).

Four of free-to-play tournaments will run each night with Razer Silver on offer. Razer Silver is the hardware maker’s rewards/loyalty points system which can be traded in for peripherals. The winner takes all cash prize seems to be limited to Fortnite (1v1) and will then happen at the end of the month alongside grand finals with a ANZ Mogul Circuit Champion for each of the titles being crowned.

Sign-up pages for the Mogul Circuit can be found below.

Rainbow 6: Siege: mogul.gg/tournaments/details/8629/mogul-circuit-rainbow-6-siege-5v5/

Tekken 7: mogul.gg/tournaments/details/8628/mogul-circuit-tekken-1v1/

Call of Duty: mogul.gg/tournaments/details/8630/mogul-circuit-cod-bo4-snd/

Dota 2: mogul.gg/tournaments/details/8626/mogul-circuit-dota-2-5v5/

Fortnite: mogul.gg/tournaments/details/8627/mogul-circuit-fortnite-1v1/

Fortnite Winner Takes All: mogul.gg/tournaments/details/8631/mogul-circuit-fortnite-1v1/

“This is Mogul’s first cash prize multi-game title tournament series for anyone and everyone in Oceania to compete in,” says Mogul’s Chief Strategy and Commercial Officer, Jamie Skella. “Utilising market-leading platform functionality, we’re able to run a region-spanning multi-game series with unprecedented administrative efficiencies and automatic prize distribution for players. We look forward to continuing to support grassroots on a journey from casual to amateur and amateur to competitive at Mogul – with players locally now, and around the world very soon.”

This event follows on from the success of Mogul’s Australian Apex Open that had a $35,000 prize pool.

Read more here:: AusGamers

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