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Red Bull AdrenaLAN just announced that it’s back for the third year to bring together gamers and esports fans across Canada.
Unlike Red Bull AdrenaLAN’s previous events, this one will be moving online. Gamers will be able to duke it out against each other in various tournaments with a prize pool over $30,000. Toronto Ultra, for example, will be playing in a Call of Duty: Warzone tournament. Players who sign up for this event will get a chance to test their skills against the Canadian Call of Duty team.
Three Call of Duty: Warzone lobbies will be present and have 38 teams in each of them. As for the prize, the Red Bull AdrenaLAN announcement notes that they will be cash bounties if a team can best a Toronto Ultra player. If a Warzone victory gets secured, then $1,000 will also be available to the winners.
For those into a different type of game, the upcoming Fall Guys tournament may just be up their alley. David “GrandPooBear” Hunt, who is known as a speedrunner and streamer, will be putting on the FallMania event. This year’s FallMania will consist of 16 legendary players who will compete for $5,000 and the Crown of the North title.
As for other open tournaments, players will get to duke it out for a total prize pool of over $25,000. Those who wish to test their skills against others can sign up for the League of Legends, Street Fighter V, and Valorant free-to-enter tournaments over on the official Red Bull AdrenaLAN website.
Indie game showcases will also be happening during Red Bull AdrenaLAN. Games such as Killer Queen Black, for example, will get to be in the spotlight. Meanwhile, the Canadian developers behind Mighty Fight Federation will have the opportunity to shine.
Adding to these competitive matches and indie game showcases, Red Bull AdrenaLAN will celebrate the music community through DJ streams. The exciting lineup will consist of DJ Poptrt, Hedspin, and HustleGRL. This will be in addition to JayemKayem b2b Freeza Chin, LIVING ROOM, and Skratch Bastid.
The Red Bull AdrenaLAN event will run from December 19 to 20.
Amy Chen is an esports journalist and enthusiast who specializes in in-depth interviews and breaking news. A University of Toronto and Humber College graduate, she is passionate about building up the Canadian esports industry. Her current favorite games are Hearthstone and Heroes of the Storm, and she has always had a soft spot for World of Warcraft!