Hi-Rez to host a series of Smite Pro League Tournaments in Oceania
Smite is available now for the Xbox One and PC Developers Hi-Rez will be hosting a series of Smite pro league tournaments in Oceania. This comes a ...
Developers Hi-Rez will be hosting a series of Smite pro league tournaments in Oceania. This comes after the launch of the games first Oceanic servers in November last year. The tournament will help decide which teams from New Zealand or Australia will have a chance to compete at the Smite World Championship in 2016.
The season will be divided into two splits, both of which will end with the Oceania Regional Final at PAX Australia this November. Split One of the Smite Pro League will take place between March and June and will act as a “play in” split to determine the best teams in Oceania. Split Two will be held from July to November, and the winners of this split will be making their way to the Regional Finals at PAX Australia. Events in these split will include LAN center tournaments, ladder events, and a final online tournament.
Hi-Rez made the following announcement regarding Smite’s pro league tournaments:
"With this being the first pro season for Oceania, we’ve designed the season to be as open as possible to allow new teams to participate and join during the season, while ensuring we find the absolute best team to represent Oceania in the World Championships."
You can check out the full details of the tournament here or glance at the diagram below:
The Smite Regional Finals will be held at PAX Australia in November this year. Winners of the Regional’s will then move onto to the 2016 Smite World Championship in Atlanta, Georgia.