The road to the Shadowverse World Grand Prix STARTS HERE!
It’s time to begin your journey to be the best Shadowverse player in the world – compete in the World Grand Prix in Japan for the $1,000,000 first place prize.
Start out by registering for the upcoming next season of the Shadowverse Open: Dawnbreak, Nightedge on Battlefy (TBA) for weekly tournaments for PAM, EURO, and SEAO regions (coming soon). For a full list of eligible countries visit the official tournament rules (coming soon).
The Shadowverse Open features competition across all of the major game modes in the World Grand Prix, including Rotation, Unlimited, and Take-Two. Starting next season, the winners of the Shadowverse Open will be one step closer to the World Grand Prix, with an invite to the Contenders Cup.
Didn’t earn a spot from winning the Shadowverse Open? Some Contenders Cup slots will be awarded to players with the most 2018 League Points, including the Shadowverse Open: Chronogenesis.
The Contenders Cup will serve as the final rite of passage into the World Grand Prix – but the Shadowverse Open isn’t the only way to compete in the Contenders Cup.
Winning one of the new Shadowverse World Circuit offline tournaments at Dreamhack Tours, Dreamhack Montreal, or a TBA SEAO event will get you a piece of the $10,000 prize pool, and if you win your regions offline tournament you’ll also get a spot in the Contenders Cup.
Stay tuned to the third SEAO Shadowverse Open broadcast on March 23rd for more information on SEAO.
Finally, in September there will be a last-chance Wild Card tournament per region giving you one final shot at the Contenders Cup.
This year we’re giving players more chances than ever to qualify for the World Grand Prix, and the $1,000,000 first place prize.
Ready to get started? Registration for the next season of the Shadowverse Open begins on April 1st!
In the meantime, don’t forget to tune in Shadowverse Open: Chronogenesis playoffs to see which players will earn a piece of the $16,000 prize pool per region starting on March 17th and 18th.