Technoblood has officially announced the launch of its global e-sports festival “World Super League” (WSL).
WSL is an annual global e-sports competition where the world’s best e-sports gamers participate under the accreditation of the International e-Sports Federation (IESF), which has 92 member federations around the world.
WSL selects players through regional preliminaries in four divisions: Asia-Oceania, America, Europe, Middle East Asia-Africa. The preliminary consists of the open tournament and progamer or progame team invitation. The open tournament that anyone can participate in as an amateur esports event and progamers or progame teams are invited through fan votes because WSL is a PRO_AM tournament. At the end of the year, the fans can see the winners of respective game title in the WSL global finals.
The first event will start in 2021 with a total of 8 game titles including 5 official games and 3 promotional games. The detailed will be announced around May 2021, and the first global final will be held in Korea. The total prize pool is about 450,000 US dollars.
Technoblood Chairman Il-young Ryu said, “WSL is a global esports competition created through communication with fans. And all esports fans can participate and enjoy every WSL event.”

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