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Part of the official Brawlhalla Circuit, The Legend Series will be the popular fighting game’s first S-Tier event, where a sizeable amount of Circuit Points and $6,000 in prize money are at stake.
The four-part competition will kick off with one-on-one bouts on April 22 and April 23 before concluding with doubles matches May 6 and May 7. Interested parties can learn more about the event and register to participate in North American brackets here and European brakets here.
The Legend Series will be hosted and broadcast live via Stream.Me, a video platform that gives viewers the ability to simultaneously view multiple players and casters in up to 4K HD video running at 60 frames-per-second. Stream.Me also allows users to blend audio from several streams and combine chat rooms from different sources, granting audiences unmatched control over their experience with Stream.Me's built-in multi-channel and multi-chat options.
The production, run by the same group behind The Brawlhalla Championship Series, will feature commentary and analysis from Duc “Deisgnatedasian” Pham, Uyen-Anh “Whitesheepie” Dang, Michael “Sparky878” Rahaim and Stephen “Smiles6857” Ramirtha.
- April 22 – North American 1v1 Tournament ($1,500 Prize)
- April 23 – European 1v1 Tournament ($1,500 Prize)
- May 6 – North American 2v2 Tournament ($1,500 Prize)
- May 7 – European 2v2 Tournament ($1,500 Prize)
“I'm so excited to see Stream.Me entering The Brawlhalla Circuit,” said David “Foda” Kisich, director of esports, Blue Mammoth Games, “This will be our first S-Tier event, which awards a lot more Circuit Points than most other events in the Circuit, and that's definitely going to bring out Brawlhalla's top talent. I can't wait to see what happens!”
For more information on The Legend Series, please visit the event’s official Stream.Me channel.
About Blue Mammoth Games
Founded by Cryptic Studios veterans and based in Atlanta, Blue Mammoth Games is composed of 18 developers focused on being active with and responsive to their player community.
Currently in beta, Stream.Me is a broadcasting platform based in Austin, TX that empowers viewers and streamers alike with the most advanced broadcasting technology. With up to 4K HD video running at 60 FPS and highly-customizable built-in features, like multi-streamand multi-chat, Stream.Me is bringing a new look to the traditional streaming experience.
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