Intel World Open Registration goes live in March
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As we draw closer to Tokyo 2020, one can’t help but think of the Intel World Open, which is an international esports tournament scheduled to take place right before the 2020 Summer Olympic games.
Featuring two games not centered upon levels of violence frowned on by the International Olympic Committee, we will see players from around the world compete in Street Fighter V: Champion Edition and Rocket League. The official Capcom Fighters Twitter account has taken the liberty of announcing that registrations for the event will open on March 2, that’s just five days away.
Registration for #IntelWorldOpen qualifiers start in early March. Pick up the full version of Street Fighter V: Champion Edition on #PS4 and #Steam and earn your place in history.— Capcom Fighters (@CapcomFighters) February 25, 2020
For details visit: https://t.co/Gc847LdmAs pic.twitter.com/LuffJkO3DV
A visit to the official website will reward fan s with basic tournament information and the rule book. There’s also a timer that displays exactly how much time we have left before the registration portal is live. Online qualifier events for the tournament will run for roughly two months. National Qualifiers will begin late March and end late April with the National Qualifier Finals taking place on May 16, 2020.
For players from countries that aren’t listed under the National Qualifiers, they get to participate in the Regional Qualifiers. The regions represented are Europe 1, Europe 2, North America, South America, Central America, Middle East & Africa, Oceania, and Asia. The Regional Qualifier Finals will take place on May 17, 2020.
The open qualifiers mean anyone aged 16 and above can compete in the tournament, represent their country or region, and potentially win it all.