KEEMSTAR's Thursday Realm Royale tournament returns on August 2 after missing last week because of a schedule clash, with all the top streamers back involved.
Participants will include Ninja, Summit1g, JoshOG and many more all battling it out in Realm Royale for a share of the massive $100,000 prize pool, backed by Realm Royale developers Hi-Rez Studios.
The tournament follows the same principle as KEEMSTAR's previous Friday Fortnite's - which are cancelled for the foreseeable future due to clashing with Epic Games' Summer Skirmish.
Streamers will be broadcasting their matches live on their own channel as well as being casted live on Realm Royale's official Twitch channel.
The second installation of Thursday Realm Royale will take place on Thursday, August 2 at 4:00 PM EST (1:00 PM PST, 9:00 PM BST), with live scoring and standings available via the link below:
Prize Pool Breakdown
"Each week, players from NA and EU will be invited to compete in Duo matches. These invited players will be able to choose their Duo partner for every tournament.
Here’s a quick rundown of the format for KEEMSTAR’s Realm Royale tournaments:
- Tournaments are hosted by KEEMSTAR
- Duo teams from NA and EU
- Teams will play 10 games, all hosted on NA servers
- Points work similar to golf in that a lower number is a better score
- Teams receive positive points based on their placement as a team in a match
- Each elimination a team achieves will earn them a negative point
- Positive and negative points will be calculated for the overall score"
"Skillshot Media and KEEMSTAR have partnered up to create a weekly Realm Royale tournament series that features some of your favorite community influencers and Masters-ranked players. For these weekly tournaments, 30 players from NA and EU will be invited to compete in Duo matches, and these invited players will choose a partner to compete with. Teams will play 10 games on NA servers only."
More streams of the tournament will be added to this article once the start time of the competition draws near.
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