The Arena of Valor World Cup 2019 organized by Garena

  • The Arena of Valor World Cup (AWC) 2019 organized by Garena and Tencent Games, will host its group stage to finals for the first time in Da Nang, Vietnam from end June to mid July. With USD 500,000 in prize money up for grabs between 12 teams from 9 regions, AOV maintains as one of the highest international esports prize pool amongst other similar mobile MOBAs.

    That’s the collective prize pool for the upcoming Arena of Valor World Cup, which will take place in Da Nang City, Vietnam, from late-June to mid-July. It may not be on par with record-shattering tournaments like Dota 2‘s The International, but it’s still a very impressive amount all the same. Anyway, here’s the prize breakdown.The tournament itself consists 12 teams representing 9 countries. They include Vietnam, Thailand, Chinese Taipei, Indonesia, Malaysia, Japan, Korea, North America, and Mainland China. If you need Buy Arena of Valor Accounts, you can visit our site Mmocs.com.

    Thailand Wildcard, Vietnam Wildcard, Chinese Taipei Wildcard, and North America qualified from Group A. Chinese Taipei, Vietnam, China, and Thailand fought through Group B, which was stacked with some of the best Arena of Valor teams, to represent their regions in the quarterfinals. Malaysia and Japan (from Group A), along with Indonesia and Korea (from Group B), are headed home and won’t receive any share of the $500,000 prize pool.

    Group B is definitely the more exciting pool because it features Korea, Thailand, China, and Chinese Taipei, which were the top four teams at the Arena of Valor World Cup 2018 held in Las Vegas.The tournament will also feature the newly-introduced “global ban pick” mode, which doesn’t allow players to pick up heroes that they chose in previous games of a series. This will definitely make the World Cup more exciting since a variety of different heroes will be played in every match.