H1Z1 Invitational returns to TwitchCon with a $500,00 prize pool

Daybreak’s stream darling is starting down the road to another grand tournament, as the H1Z1 Invitational was announced to be returning to TwitchCon this October.

A half-million dollar prize pool has been set aside for the best zombie human slayers in H1Z1: King of the Kill. The fun begins this month at GamesCom, continues through September at Pax West and the Tokyo Game Show, and concludes at TwitchCon at the end of October.

There are three tournaments planned for the event. An “All-Stars” invitational will pit 60 online celebrities against each other, while a “Legends” bout will bring the best of the best out to play. Then there’s the $50,000 “Challengers” invitational in which anyone (even you, Kyle) can enter and claw his or her way to the top.

Source: H1Z1

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Dystopiq

$500,00!

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Greaterdivinity

Stop. Wasting. Money. On. Esports. And. Finish. The. Game.

DBG, stop making a mockery of the company you once were, please. It was never sunshine and rainbows, and you had plenty of idiotic moves like your attempt to make PS2 into an esport, but at least you appeared to care about your games back then. Nowadays…not so much.

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pepperzine

Daybreak was never anything but what they are now. Vultures, picking the corpses of the games they purchased clean.

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Sally Bowls

I agree. But I never understood why people thought differently. It seemed to me that if the remains of SOE were desirable, then wouldn’t a game company buy them? What more did people expect from DBG? They are making some money off of the end of life of some game corpses. DBG is doing what they can and should; IMO, the tragedy is not how they are treating the corpse; it’s that SOE made the corpses.

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Sorenthaz

It’s a promotional stunt, nothing more. They’ve got to make people turn heads to it because PUBG is steadily overcoming it.

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Greaterdivinity

A 50K prize pool at Twitchcon is going to turn pretty much nobodies heads, especially when PUB is putting out releases touting 5M+ sales.

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PurpleCopper

Interesting use of a comma in the header….

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