Hoplon opens free-to-play Heavy Metal Machines South America Cup registration; pays homage to legendary Brazilian racing driver
Florianópolis BRAZIL — 21st September, 2017 — Hoplon, the Brazilian developers behind the upcoming free-to-play car-combat MOBA Heavy Metal Machines, is excited to announce that registration for Heavy Metal MachinesSouth America Cup tournament hosted by ESL Play is now open.
All players across the globe, not just the professionals, can enter the tournament which consists of a prize pool up to BRL $12,500. With registration set to close on 7th October, players can now sign-up at https://play.eslgaming.com/
Hoplon has been inspired by their fellow countryman, a Brazilian single-seat racing champion and legend of the highest class, to create a new skin for the Black Lotus, a character in Heavy Metal Machines. The racing car has new red and white bodywork to represent the symbolic car driven by one of the greatest grade 1 drivers of all time. The new Black Lotus will be available for a limited time from today (21st September) until 31st October on the store for US $2.99.
“After a successful European Championship, the South America Cup is another opportunity for players to get their hands on a piece of the prize. With each tournament Heavy Metal Machines delves further into the esports scene,” said Tatiana Moreira, Head of Marketing and Publishing. “As for the new skin, it fits eill on the Black Lotus, paying homage to one of the greatest high-speed racing drivers Brazil has ever seen.”
Currently in Open Beta, Heavy Metal Machines is filled with intuitive fast-paced action, team play elements, unique MOBA gameplay and a heavy metal soundtrack, aspiring esports players, or current professionals from around the world can play on the South American server. Over the summer Hoplon released a number of updates that saw the introduction of leaderboards, bomb updates and a new map, so that the MOBA was ready for competitive play.
To find out more about the thrilling world of Hoplon’s Heavy Metal Machines, please follow them on Twitter, Facebook and Instagram or visit www.heavymetalmachines.