Brawlhalla Announces First Ever World Championship Tournament
Brawhalla, the popular 2D platformer fighting game is getting its very own world championship tournament. Announced via a YouTube video by developer Blue Mammoth Games, the tournament is set to feature the best Brawlhalla players from around the world in a battle over a $50,000+ prizepool.
Little else has been revealed about the tournament, except that it will be held in Atlanta, Georgia where the company is located -- and that it will be sometime this fall. Blue Mammoth Games promises more information at a later date and suggests we keep our eyes on the game’s official site and Twitch channel. We'll also be talking with the BMG crew at PAX South, so we should have some more details for MMOBomb readers next week!
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