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Electronic Sports League (ESL) and Nival Partner for Cash Prize Tournaments with “Go4 Prime World Cup Series”

Weekly and Monthly Cash Prizes Are Up for Grabs in Prime World – a MOBA, RPG and RPS All in One

Feb 24, 2014 – Electronic Sports League (ESL) and Nival have partnered to offer cash prizes to the fiercest competitors of a 13-week long game tournament starting March 2nd, the Go4 Prime World Series. Every Sunday during the tournament, Prime World players can compete to win weekly cash prizes of $100 USD with additional monthly cash prizes of $1,000 USD.

Here’s what Prime World teams can look forward to:

•   Every Sunday during the tournament period, the Weekly Cup winning team will be awarded $100.

•   In addition, each Sunday the top 32 teams will receive points towards placement to qualify for the Monthly Finals.

•   At the beginning of each month, top teams will compete in the Monthly Final Cup with a $1,000 total prize pot, which will be split between the top 2 teams.

For more information on the series and to sign up for the competition, please visit the Go4 Prime World ESL play page at http://www.esl.eu/eu/primeworld/go4primeworld/news/237410/

About Nival

Nival is an independent game developer focused on strategy games. The company was founded in 1996 by games industry veteran Sergey Orlovskiy, who currently serves as company CEO. Nival began to self-publish its own games in 2005.

Nival's track record includes the best-selling Blitzkrieg, Prime World, Heroes of Might and Magic V, Silent Storm and Etherlords game series.

With offices in Moscow and St. Petersburg, Russia; Hallandale, Florida; Kiev, Ukraine and Minsk, Belarus Nival currently has more than 200 employees across four development studios.

For more details about the company, please visit http://nival.com

About Electronic Sports League (ESL)

Electronic Sports League and the company behind it, Turtle Entertainment, is the leading gaming company in the field of competitive gaming and electronic sports. Founded in the year 2000 the company is currently offering eSports competitions in more than 46 countries including Brazil and China. Core of Turtle's services is it's online portal called Electronic Sports League (ESL) which became a highly popular destination site for competitive computer gamers around the world. The portal reaches up to ten million visits a month (IVW) generated by more than 4 million registered users.Turtle Entertainment offers its competitions worldwide using these specific brands: Electronic Sports League (ESL), ESL Pro Series, Intel Extreme Masters, ESL Major Series, ESL TV, Consoles Sports League. Turtle Entertainment broadcasts ESL events via ESL TV, ESL's web-TV service, since 2007. The headquarter has more than 115 employees and is located in Cologne, Germany. Turtle Entertainment owns the majority of the Chinese eSports league PGL (Pro Gamer League) since 2007 and is locally active with subsidiaries or franchises in over 17 countries. Further information is available at www.turtle-entertainment.com

About Prime World

Prime World is a competitive RPG that merges fast paced MOBA-style battles with long term persistent MMO hero development. You can equip and train your heroes between battles using collectible and upgradable talents, build a thriving economy in your city, and play together with your friends. You can even start your own clan!

Prime World steps beyond the classic three lane map of modern MOBAs – there are currently eight game modes, with more to come: from fast and fierce PVP Outpost to cooperative PVE Challenges to dark and moody PVPVE Dragonwald.

To learn more about Prime World visit http://playpw.com

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