How and when to watch the MultiVersus EVO Tournament

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MultiVersus is heading to EVO 2022! Like other games at the show, there’s plenty on the line. With $100,000 up for grabs, top players are ready and waiting to compete. Though the game just debuted in Open Beta, Warner Bros. has plans to make it a fighting icon. Find out when the top players are fighting at the upcoming tournament.

MultiVersus EVO Tournament Details

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Image via Warner Bros. Games

Warner Bros. Games posted a tournament listing online with important information on the event. All entries closed on July 9, and users must have an EVO Event Pass to participate in the showcase. Check the key details for the event below:

  • Starts: August 5, 10:00 AM/August 6 10:00 AM (PT)
    • Goes until the end of the determined brackets.
  • 212 Teams
  • 2v2 battles
  • Standard wired keyboards and controllers permitted
  • No duplicate characters
  • All Perks legal
  • Stage Select: On
  • Stage Hazards: On
  • Double Elimination Format
    • Top eight play best of five
  • Iron Giant and Lebron James banned
  • Cromulons map banned
  • Pausing/stalling/cheating constitutes elimination
  • No Controller Spiking or explicit language

Those planning to watch the show from home can head to the MultiVersus Twitch page, as the EVO tournament has a scheduled live stream.

Related: MultiVersus announces new map, Cromulons, out now

Tournament Prizing

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Image via Warner Bros. Games

The prize money is one of the best parts of placing in a tournament. Each of the top 25 teams gets cash, depending on their placement, and Duos split the winnings equally for this 2v2 competition. The top three teams receive a bonus reward on top of money, thanks to an ASTRO Gaming sponsor at the event.

  • 1st: $10,000 (one team)
    • Custom MultiVersus headset and controller
  • 2nd: $8,000 (one team)
    • Custom MultiVersus headset and controller
  • 3rd: $7,000 (one team)
    • Custom MultiVersus headset and controller
  • 4th: $6,000 (one team)
  • 5th: $5,000 (two teams)
  • 7th: $3,500 (two teams)
  • 9th: $3,000 (four teams)
  • 13th: $2,500 (four teams)
  • 17th: $2,000 (eight teams)
  • 25th: $1,750 (eight teams)

The first MultiVersus tournament promises to be exciting, with some of the best competitive fighting game players participating. It’s an event you won’t want to miss.

For more on MultiVersus, including info on Season One, stay tuned to Press SPACE to Jump!

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Tai Hofmann
Tai Hofmann

Writing Lead and Editor for Press SPACE to Jump. My first memory is forcing my parents to play 50-round games of Mario Party on the N64. Now I love games on all platforms and hone in on new releases. Some of my favorite titles include Cuphead, Final Fantasy XIV, God of War, Persona 5, and Super Smash Bros.

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