For Honor Hero Series Tournament Announced With $10,000 In Cash Prizes

The international multi-platform tournament gives players of Europe, the United States and Brazil the chance to compete for $10,000 in cash prizes.

Ubisoft and ESL announced the first For Honor based tournament, called For Honor Hero Series, that aims to capitalize on the game’s competitive landscape with weekly 1v1 online duels between players across all platforms.

The tournament began on July 8th and will last four weeks. After each tournament the registered players earn points based on their rankings. On August 12th, the 16 top players will be selected to fight for the championship in the Live Finals:

Top players from each platform will be selected based on overall tournament standings and invited to battle in a Live Finals event where platform champions will be crowned in Burbank, CA.

The finals will be broadcasted live on the game’s official Twitch channel and Facebook, and in Ubisoft’s Youtube channel.

For Honor Hero Series will continue to grow based on the community’s feedback and the introduction of ranked mode:

Ranked mode will initially offer on-demand tournaments for Duel. In future updates, the ranking system will expand to Brawl as well as 4v4 game modes. For Honor’s ranking system will allow players to have separate ranks for each game mode type while fighting for higher rankings and win exclusive loot. Those looking to get a sneak peek at ranked mode and more about the game’s future evolution can participate in the upcoming second Public Test for Duel Tournament, which will incorporate community feedback and changes to the defensive meta.

The tournament also includes a caster competition to find a member for the Live Final’s analyst desk in Burbank, CA.

To learn more about the For Honor Hero Series, register for online qualifiers or auditioning for the caster competitition, visit the official website

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Games Press

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