It appears that YouTuber Daniel 'KEEMSTAR' Keem will be hosting yet another battle royale tournament on a weekly basis.
The host of 'DramaAlert' has revealed the brand new $100,000 Realm Royale tournament, to be played for the first time on Saturday, July 14th and every Saturday afterwards.
The announcement came on July 6th via this post on KEEMSTAR's Twitter page.
Already the organizer of the popular Friday Fortnite weekly tournament, KEEMSTAR has gone even further above and beyond with this new venture.
The apparent $100K prize pool will easily surpass that of Friday Fortnite, which has consistently been at $20K since its third week.
While the YouTuber has continually teamed with online tournament organizer UMG for the past nine weeks to bring Friday Fortnite to life, it is not yet clear whether that will be the case for this Realm Royale tournament.
In fact, no other information has been made available than what appears in KEEMSTAR's tweet. This article will be updated should anything else be announced.
Previously known as Paladins: Battlegrounds, Realm Royale is a free-to-play battle royale title developed by Hi-Rez Studios.
Released in early access worldwide on June 5th, Realm Royale has quicky sprung up the popularity charts in the online gaming community, with many claiming that its the closest a battle royale game has come to challenging Fortnite.
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