Arena World Championship (AWC) is one of the largest esports tournaments in World of Warcraft. It is divided into four stages, where teams from Europe and America compete against each other for the championship.
AWC WoW tournaments
The main goal of the participants is to get the maximum number of points to qualify for the next stage of the competition. The top 8 teams earn a place in the AWC Circuit. A share of the $700,000 prize pool is raffled off as part of it. The winners of the Circuit qualify for the final competition – Shadowlands. The winning team becomes the champion of the competition. You can choose WoW betting sites to make a bet for one of your favorite teams.
Season 3 full schedule
- May 28, 2022, AWC Circuit Shadowlands – Week 1 (finished)
- May 29, 2022, AWC Circuit Shadowlands – Week 1 (finished)
- Jun 4, 2022, AWC Circuit Shadowlands – Week 2 (finished)
- Jun 5, 2022, AWC Circuit Shadowlands – Week 2 (finished)
- Jun 11, 2022, AWC Circuit Shadowlands – Week 3 (finished)
- Jun 12, 2022, AWC Circuit Shadowlands – Week 3 (finished)
- Sat, Jun 18, 2022, 8:00 PM AWC Circuit Shadowlands – Week 4
- Sun, Jun 19, 2022, 8:00 PM AWC Circuit Shadowlands – Week 4
- Sat, Jul 16, 2022, 10:00 AM AWC Shadowlands – Grand Finals
- Sun, Jul 17, 2022, 8:00 PM AWC Shadowlands – Grand Finals
- Sat, Jul 23, 2022, 8:00 PM AWC Shadowlands – Cross Region Tournament
- Sun, Jul 24, 2022, 8:00 PM AWC Shadowlands – Cross Region Tournament
AWC Circuit is a semi-final competition. It is entered by the 8 teams that scored the highest points in the previous stages of the competition. Athletes battle each other in matches until 3 wins. The best teams advance to the final phase of the championship – AWC Shadowlands. It determines the winner of the “Arena World Championship” tournament.
How to participate
Any team from Europe and America can participate in the championship after registration on “GameBattles”. Membership in a professional esports organization is not required. In other words, any World of Warcraft player is welcome to try their hand. The first stages of the competition will be held in the “Arena Cups”. They are a series of tournaments organized by Blizzard, where participants fight against each other in a 3-on-3 format.
No, 3 will be enough. But the tournament representatives insist on having a 4th player. He will help the main group in case one of the players leaves or other circumstances arise.
Points are awarded to the team, not the players. If a participant leaves their group, they will not lose points. If an esports player wants to move to another team, the same rule works, and his new team does not receive additional points.
No. It is not the specific account that is disqualified but the player. It is not possible to continue to compete under a different name.
A player will play in that country specified in his account.
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