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    Call of Duty: Warzone Legion by Lenovo Challenge gives up to 8,000 Euros in prizes

    The format for this new Lenovo competition will consist of teams of two people who will be able to participate in the four qualifying tournaments, which will start on April 29, 2021, and which will be repeated on Thursdays each week until May 27, when the Grand Final of the tournament will be played with the champions

    O Desafio Legion by Lenovo arrives completely renewed: new game, new format and new prizes. The competition will be held in Call of Duty: Warzone, not so Battle Royale video game Activision, and with prizes that will reach 8,000 euros.

    The format for this new Lenovo competition will consist of teams of two people who will be able to participate in four qualifying tournaments, which will start on April 29, 2021, which will be repeated on Thursdays each week until May 27, when the Grand Final of the tournament will be played with the champions.

    O Legion by Lenovo Challenge Call of Duty: Warzone will be carried out through the platform ION Sports, organizer of the competition, and it will be possible to follow all the News of the tournaments in the weekly streaming of your official channel on Twitch (https://twitch.tv/lONesports), which will feature the talent of Ivan “FlexZ” Arizpe and Juan “Criper” Garcia.

    Each qualifying tournament will have a prize pool of 500 euros to be distributed between the winning team and the runners-up. The top eight pairs from each tournament qualify for the final tournament, where up to 6,000 euros will be awarded. Thanks to the collaboration of NVIDIA, participants will also be eligible for other incredible prizes, which will be awarded depending on their performance in the game.

    Your games will be played in private rooms, limited to 75 teams of doubles, allowing the participation of up to 150 unique players per game, up to a total of 450 participants per qualifying tournament.


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