Present in the high-level PvP and PvE stages for several years, having to its credit several important tournaments, such as the “Elitist Raiding Party” and “Masters of the Arena” franchises, the Hardstuck structure presents this weekend its new series of Conquest- type tournaments for 2021 and beyond …
The League of Conquest Hardstuck it’s a series of three tournaments PvP (organized with the support of the study ArenaNet and the community of Guild Wars 2) to be held throughout 2021. These tournaments will be an opportunity to select the best teams in the MMO for the “master’s degree de la Arena “2021 edition.
But before diving into the details of this new franchise, I suggest you return on video about the success of the 2020 edition “Master of the Arena”.
The “Master of the Arena” (ou SPECK) is the definitive franchise of the Hardstuck organization when it comes to PvP tournaments.
Its organizers and fans describe it as an event that takes place once a year, in which only the largest teams can participate, and that takes the competitive experience of the Guild Wars 2 PvP scene to its peak.
Eager to offer players and spectators a real competitive route to this annual event, the Hardstuck structure now offers us a new series of annual tri-tournaments, the Hardstuck Conquest League!
League of Conquest Hardstuck
The goal of this new franchise is to energize the Guild Wars 2 PvP scene, offering a great tournament every quarter, during the first three quarters of the year. The room is reserved for MOTA, the last event to close the festivities.
We already know that this scheme, which will be adopted by 2021, is supposed to be perpetuated in the coming years as well.
League of Conquest Hardstuck: Edition No. 1
This first edition will be held over two brackets different:
- Opened, open to all teams. (that took place last weekend, watch replay below)
- By invitation reserved for teams that have already proven themselves in previous events.
The goal of this split is to offer the most balanced and enjoyable matchups possible, for both players and spectators.
Additionally, allowing teams from all walks of life to play together in the open box is one way of allowing them to progress without fear of competition from the fiercest teams.
The tournament and these two groups will take place on both the North American and European sides.
Find all the information and equipment registered in thenext adress.
I see you in To live for support matches By invitation :
- Saturday March 20 at 4:00 pm for regional matches
- Sunday, March 21 at 5:00 p.m. for interregional matches