Kjell’s Angels punched their ticket to BlizzCon and MDI All-Stars with their win at the Mythic Dungeon Invitational Global Finals this past weekend.
Last year was huge for WoW esports, with the introduction of the Mythic Dungeon Invitational (MDI), the WoW Arena Championship tournament matches throughout the year, and a tense and exciting championship match at BlizzCon. We’re proud of all we have achieved, but we won’t rest on our laurels: we are hard at work gearing up for 2018—with more teams, more talent, and more epic battles that will have us all on the edge of our seats.
Episode 6, the last in the current Gladiator's Summit series, is now live! We take a look at the BlizzCon 2017 World Champions - ABC - from nearly disbanding in 2016 to their crowning glory in November at BlizzCon.
Miss any matches? Forget the final? Wonder who won? Look no further! We have all the action from the Arena World Championship world finals at BlizzCon 2017 right here.
Watch World of Warcraft Mythic Keystone dungeon race teams compete for a share of $20,000 in scholarship prize money. All matches will be live on Twitch from Thursday 9th through Sunday 12th of November between 5:00—9:00pm PST.
12 teams, from all over the world, will clash at BlizzCon to fight for the Arena World Champion title. Over three days of match play - Monday 30 October, and BlizzCon 3-4 November - you'll see the best pvp players in the game go head to head. Tune in!
Episode 4 is here! Watch the latest episode for a deep dive into the North America regional championships, and to see who will be hosting the live finals at BlizzCon 2017.
Four days of battle, two groups of hardened players, and 12 solid teams with one goal: to reach the final at BlizzCon. Here’s what four days of nail-biting matches look like—with plenty of gritty determination, flakey fall-outs, inevitable elimination, and epic victories.
The Gladiator’s Summit is a brand-new show dedicated to World of Warcraft Arena events, globally. In each new episode, released regularly during the year, we’ll keep you up to date with everything happening in WoW esports - including insider info, indepth player profiles, and upcoming event analysis.
The real story of this tournament lies with the players—some of the best we’ve ever seen. With role-swapping, class-hopping, and eye-popping talent, eight of the best teams in North America have fought with everything they have to get to the Championship Final. Who made the cut?
The North America Cup #4 was filled to bursting with new names, old favorites, upsets, and changes. Big names missed out on the final 8 and new blood entered the fray, proving they were more than worthy of playing amongst the best teams in North America.
Want to earn points to qualify for the NA regionals? Now's your (last) chance! Sign up today for Cup #4 and Cup #5, running back-to-back this month. The last 8 teams in the tournament will be streamed live on Twitch, so you can strut your stuff on the world stage, or tune in from home to cheer on your heroes.
On the 10th of June, WoW esports legends went head-to-head in the third cup of the WoW Arena World Championships. Eight teams, in ten epic matches, all thirsty for tournament glory. Find out what happened.
Cup #3 of the WoW® Arena World Championship goes live Saturday 10th June. To keep up with the action, tune in to the broadcast at 10.30am PDT, with matches kicking off at 11am PDT sharp. Don’t miss out!
Got a great team and a cunning plan? Good, because signups are open and we're on the lookout for the next WoW Arena champions. Cup #3 will be broadcast live on Twitch on Saturday June 10th at 11:00am PDT. Be there or be...somewhere else having a much less exciting time. You've been warned!
Cup #2 got off to something of an interesting start, with team changes, surprise exits and new team compositions. Catch up with all the action from the final 8 and watch Tempo Storm defeat epic teams Panda Global and Splyce to go top of the leaderboard for the WoW Arena World Championships.
Saturday 8th April saw Warcraft heroes go head-to-head as the first cup was fought for and won in the WoW Arena World Championships. Eight teams, in ten epic matches, played each other in a tense fight-to-the-death. Read on to check out the results.
Cup #1 of the WoW® Arena World Championship goes live Saturday 8th April. To keep up with the action, tune in to the broadcast at 10.30am PDT, with matches kicking off at 11am PDT sharp. Don’t miss out!