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Gamers8 is returning for 2023 season with over $30 million Prizepool, PMWI 2023, and more

Gamers8 2023 features over $30 million Prizepool, PMWI 2023 and more

Gamers8 is returning for the 2023 season with over $30 million prizepool, PMWI 2023, and more: The world’s largest esports festival, Gamers8, revealed that the 2023 edition will take place in Riyadh, Saudi Arabia. Eight weeks of esports tournaments, music concerts, and gaming-themed activities will be held during the event, in case you missed it or didn’t experience it last year. All of these events are intended to glorify competitiveness in gaming.

Not to mention rewarding it, as they will have a huge $30M prize pool for several tournaments, meaning that the majority of participants who advance to the crucial rounds will leave with something. Below are some additional details about the occasion and a statement from the SEF. Gamers 8 2023

The prize fund for Gamers8 Festival 2023 will be double that of last year, topping $30 million USD.

Five esports games—Rocket League, Dota 2, Fortnite, Tom Clancy’s Rainbow Six Siege, and PUBG Mobile—were the subjects of competitions hosted by Gamers8 in 2022. $15 million USD was the total prize money for the esports competitions. The biggest esports teams in the world participated in the grandiose tournament at the 2022 event, which was a success.

Big esports events for Rocket League, Dota 2, PMWI 2023, and many big concerts are on the line

Top competitors will compete for a piece of the incredible prize pool from a variety of top esports. Although the games that will have tournaments have not yet been determined, last year’s focus was on five games. Although specifics on the esports portion of the event have not been made public, last year’s tournaments included PUBG Mobile, Rainbow Six: Siege, Dota 2, Fortnite, and Rocket League. The organizers announced that the format for the event in 2023 will be identical. It’s interesting to note that the prize pool for a Dota 2 event that is not The International was largest during last year’s Riyadh Masters.

When will Gamers8 2023 Festival begin?

The festival is scheduled to begin on July 6 and last for eight weeks, although the dates for the esports competitions, concerts, and other activities were not made public. This year also sees the return of the esports and gaming convention The Next World Forum.

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Ashish Jha
Ashish is a passionate writer in the gaming and esports industry, and an Anime geek, fueled by coding, coffee, and late-night game sessions.

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