Razer's tournaments will give NA players from all over the US, Canada and Mexico their shot at glory.
Today, Razer, a global lifestyle brand for gamers, has announced the start of their Razer Invitational 2021 Season. The first tournament series will take place in North America, featuring three titles, Fortnite (PC, Console, Mobile), Rainbow 6 Siege (PC), and Brawl Stars (Mobile). Each of them will boast a $10k grand prize, totaling the prize pool at a respectable $30k.
Players can sign up as teams or individuals starting today, April 20. However, the tournament qualifiers will begin on May 8. Each week, a new game will be in the spotlight, with that title's Grand Finals occurring on Sunday. Those interested can sign up using the Mogul registration page.
The first Razer Invitational was last year, in 2020. Nearly 60,000 players partook in the tournaments all over the world. In fact, people in 22 countries had the chance to compete. Razer separates itself from many other tournaments by making it accessible to everyone, so any gamer can feel the thrill of high-level esports competition. Senior Global Esports Lead at Razer Khang Thai spoke on this too:
“Razer Invitational was founded on the simple idea of creating a pure and competitive platform where every athlete has a chance to compete regardless of their in-game rank, their sponsorship status, or their team affiliations. It has now grown into a global phenomenon that represents inclusivity within the esports community. After a very successful Season 2020, we continue our vision for esports with an even bigger Season 2021, making competitive tournament play accessible to everyone around the world and cultivating the next generation of esports athletes.”