WoW: Mythic Plus tournament “The Great Push” is expanded

WoW: 'The Great Push' is raised - $ 210,000 in prize money (1)


from Sebastian Glanzer
The Mythic Plus tournament “The Great Push” is probably the most exhausting WoW event we’ve ever seen. Throughout the weekend, players will push their Mythic Plus Keystones as high as possible. For Season 3, the WoW Esports Tournament is getting a significantly bigger prize pool and growing even bigger.

At the Mythic Plus Tournament The Great Push Compared to MDI (Mythic Dungeon International), it’s not just about speed, but endurance, because the highest completed M+ keystones count in this WoW dungeon event.

A good six months after the last Great Push, the Blizzard organizers are making the WoW esports tournament even bigger than before. Regions will be split up and players will have even more incentive to qualify and complete the highest Keystones with a larger prize pool

That changes with The Great Push Season 3 of WoW Shadowlands

In Season 2 of The Great Push, the total prize pool was $20,000. In Season 3, the M+ Pros are playing for a total of $210,000. Instead of having breakfast in all regions at the same time, the Great Push broadcasts are spread over three weekends.

The Americas and APAC (Asia Pacific), China and EMEA (Europe, Middle East and Africa) regions will play on different dates. Of course, it is also new that players in season 4 of Shadowlands well-known dungeons (Mechagon, Karazhan and two WoD dungeons) have to face them in a new form. So players have to come up with new tactics.

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The Great Push Season 3 qualifiers schedule, dates for regions and finals







WoW: “The Great Push” is raised big – $ 210,000 in prize money (1)

Source: Blizzard




If you want to take part in the tournament, you have to register register by August 5, 2022. The acid test will then start on August 10, 2022. Even non-professionals can secure the opportunity item banner if they simply complete the two given +15 dungeons in time.

Over the weekend of August 19-21, 2022, players will start in the Americas region, followed by the EMEA (Europe, Middle East and Africa) region the weekend after (26-28 August). The finals, featuring the top two teams from each region, will take place the following week on September 2nd and 3rd. You can follow the whole thing as usual on the official WoW channels YouTube.com/Warcraft and Twitch.tv/Warcraft. Are you fans of The Great Push? And which team are you crossing your fingers for? Write to us in the comments.

Source | worldofwarcraft.com

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