The inaugural Splitgame Pro Series (SPS) put $100,000 on the line for teams to compete for through open qualifiers to the Grand Finals. Here’s how the dust settled complete with event standings and VOD channel.
Splitgate developer 1047 Games and Logitech Esports Services gave the most dedicated players a chance to compete in the first SPS Grand Finals, and Dexerto followed the action from every event as the tournament’s official media partner.
There were six open qualifiers that anyone could enter for an opportunity to compete for $5,000 per event, as well as $10,000 in ASTRO Gaming products throughout the season.
This ultimately boiled down to the Last Chance Qualifier, where the final team will joined seven others for the ultimate $60,000 Grand Finals event.
Splitgate Pro Series VOD stream channel
There were plenty of matches to catch in the Splitgame Pro Series. If you missed any of the games, you can navigate to the embedded Twitch channel below to rewatch your favorite SPS moments.
SPS Launch Season Finals
The inaugural season of the Splitgame Pro Series has wrapped with team ‘We Got Lucky‘ claiming the top prize.
KJewls put in an ASTRO MVP performance to lead teammates Mattie, Luck, and Akuvo. The team took the grand prize of $25,000 as a team.
SPS Season 1 Final Standings:
|1||We Got Lucky||$25,000|
|On The Spot|
Splitgate Pro Series qualifier standings
Teams of four will compete against other squads for seeding points. While these are earned as a unit, they’re assigned to each individual player on the team.
Top players on the leaderboard get priority access to tournament sign-ups and top seeds in qualifier brackets. Players can freely compete with different teams week-to-week and will keep accumulating points to their name.
- 1st – 100 pts
- 2nd – 50 pts
- Top 4 – 25 pts
- Top 8 – 15 pts
- Top 16 – 10 pts
- Top 32 – 5 pts
Qualifiers overall Top 20
Splitgate Pro Series prize pool
The top four teams from the qualifiers will get their share of the $5,000 per event. The Grand Finals will give every participant thousands in cash prizes.
No payout was announced for the Last Chance Qualifier. Teams in the LCQ will compete for the chance to be Splitgate pros by claiming the last Grand Finals seed.
- 1st place – $2,500
- 2nd place – $1,000
- 3rd place – $750
- 4th place – $750
- 1st place – $25,000
- 2nd place – $15,000
- 3rd place – $6,000
- 4th place – $4,000
- 5/6th place – $3,000
- 7/8th place – $2,000
Splitgate Pro Series: schedule and dates
The SPS Season 1 format will have six open qualifiers, one last chance qualifier, and the Grand Finals from October to December.
All events will be hosted on Sunday starting at noon PDT.
Last Chance Qualifier
Now that the SPS Season 1 Grand Finals has wrapped up, fans will be excited to see the top-8 teams returns when the next season kicks off in 2022.