Working with r/Competitive Overwatch, AOEsports and Mogul Arena we are excited to announce our first community tournament in Asia! The tournament is open registration, allowing anyone who wants to to compete, and will feature $5,500 of total prizes spread through the tournament. We will be broadcasting this event live on Twitch during the final stage …
UPDATE JULY 25th: Yesterday we announced that nonames had their Blitzkrieg Masters Amsterdam invitation revoked after we were advised to ban a suspicious player by Bulkhead Interactive for cheating during the online qualifier. Bulkhead Interactive have since reversed their decision, and nonames’ invitation has been reinstated as a result. UPDATE: Since posting, Bulkhead Interactive have …
Realm Raiders will be the latest addition to our lineup of tournaments for 2018, starting with this $100 duo tournament!
We’re extremely honoured to announce the world’s first Battalion 1944 major will be run by The Plays.
When we announced our North American Community League, we were inundated with requests to make the same thing happen for European players. Starting in May, the European Community League will commence!
We’ve seen massive success with Blitzkrieg Battle quickly becoming the premier tournament in Battalion 1944. This has allowed the Blitzkrieg brand to expand into hosting the world’s first Battalion 1944 LAN tournament which took place at i62 this past weekend, and has also allowed us to run initiatives such as the Blitzkrieg North American Community …
A number of players from the North American region have approached us in hopes of forming a self-funded Battalion 1944 league. After some initial planning, feedback and working together with the North American community directly, we are happy to announce the Blitzkrieg North American Community League!
We have teamed up with Bulkhead Interactive and Belong by GAME to bring you the first ever Battalion 1944 LAN tournament.
We’re delighted to announce the first ever Battalion 1944 tournaments in the form of Blitzkrieg Battle. These events will take place every week starting with European teams then moving into other regions as we grow.
A lot has changed in the landscape of esports over the last year and a half since we launched, particularly with Overwatch – the game we focussed on exclusively. We took some time off to reflect and figure out how to move forward, now we’re ready to bounce back bigger and better than before.