How Pros Are Winning $100,000 in GeForce’s First World of Tanks Global Tourney

by Harel Kopelman

What could be better than an all-out international World of Tanks tournament? An all-out international World of Tanks tournament with prizes of $100,000.

NVIDIA is hosting its first-ever GeForce eSports World of Tanks Open Tournament, letting tankers from all over the world blow each other to bits in the classic armored warfare massively-multiplayer online game.

GFES-WOT-WEB-220x200-NV-DriverDownload-5-EVGA-RazerAnd as if that weren’t enough, we’re also announcing the launch of the GeForce Pro Division Shoutcasts. These will allow fans and players to keep tabs on the latest tournament matches and results via livestreams and video-on-demand.

Tune in to Twitch for live shoutcasting. Or watch the VoDs at the Official World of Tanks YouTube channel and be on the alert for GeForce Scavenger hunt clues for a chance to win in-game gold, courtesy of tournament sponsors EVGA and Razer.

Twitch streams for the Americas are Sundays at 6 pm PT, starting July 28. Russia and Europe start Aug. 1, respectively, at 18:00 CET and 21:00 CET. Matches from China and South East Asia regions will be announced separately. VODs will be uploaded to YouTube shortly after the Twitch Live Premiers.

Professional players will have the chance to fight it out in the GeForce International Pro Division Finals and rake in their share of the $100,000 prize, beginning Aug. 12.