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Hunter’s Arena: Legends introduces first official tournament with $3,000 prize pool 

Hunter’s Arena: Legends (VIDEO), the hit melee battle royale set in ancient East Asia, will host its first official tournament for players looking to prove themselves as the deadliest hunter of all.

Available in the US, the Solo mode tournament boasts a $3,000 prize pool. It will be held on Sunday, September 5 and includes both elimination rounds and the grand finale. 

Mantisco, the developer behind the game, notes that this is a fan-requested tournament, and not an official entry into eSports, which is planned for the future.

Additionally, a new Duo mode will be available as an event the following week after a high number of requests. After the event, Duo mode may become an official mode in the future.

David Yoon, the head of Mantisco: “These modes and tournaments are held as an event for now but we are planning to officially implement them as playable modes while also officially becoming an e-Sport.” 

More information on the Solos tournament and Duo mode events can be found on Hunter’s Arena’s official website and Discord.

Apply to the tournament: https://forms.gle/CMbFLqGvfDuGdppq8

About Hunter’s Arena Legends

Hunter’s Arena is a 30 player PvP & PvE combat-based Battle Royale set in the ancient age of Demon Hunters. 

Experience a next generation Battle Royale that includes killing monsters, upgrading skills, and getting items within a quickly shrinking battlefield. 

From snowy mountains to dense forest and dangerous lava fields, detailed and realistic terrain impacts how players do battle. Special dungeon areas allow players the choice to work together to fight boss monsters for powerful rewards.

For more information on Hunter’s Arena Legends, please visit the official website.

About Mantisco

Mantisco is an independent game studio based in Seoul, Korea. The team is composed of industry veterans that worked on such games as Street Fighter 3, Yu-Gi-Oh!, Lineage 2, Blade & Soul and more.

 

 

 

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