On September 23rd and 24th, you have the opportunity to compete for glory and win your portion of the six-hundred dollar prize pool.
Sign ups are open now on the MetaPlays Discord and close on September 22nd at 20:00 UTC
Check-in begins at 12:00 UTC, start time at 12:30 UTC
Format & Rules
Single elimination, best-of-three matches
Save your replays
As always, be professional, on time, respectful, but prepared to have fun, too!
Battlegroup eliminator per round and no mirror matches (standard CoH tournament rules)
Additional, detailed rules are coming soon.
*Map pool subject to change, maps will have a basic veto system.
How to Watch
Olvadi will be casting from the MetaPlays Twitch channel beginning at 13:30 UTC while the Finals will be covered by Olvadi and Stormless on day 2. Otherwise, casting is open so if you’d like to broadcast games get in touch with Olvadi.
Tune in for your chance to receive Steam keys for CoH3, the CoH franchise, and Dawn of War!
Prize Pool & Sponsor
MetaPlays, with the help of community members Greyshot and Currahee are contributing to the $600 prize pool. If you'd like to make that number bigger, go to their website to contribute a shiny penny (or two) to the event. (nb: donation does require the creation of an account on their website)
Update:an additional $100 has been raised by the community for the prize pool!*
MetaPlays is a community-driven RTS project to promote competitive play in RTS games. With a good show of players, streamers, and viewers in this event, MetaPlays may sponsor future CoH3 tournaments, so be sure to show your support however you can.
According to the announcement on their website, MetaPlays is prepared to support a league system and showmatches depending on Twitch and YouTube metrics, donations, and participants, among others. Be sure to show your support any way you can!
- Sign-Up to play
- Watch on the MetaPlays Twitch channel
- Crossroads, Faymonville, and Kasserine Pass Collection
- Donate to the prize pool
note: an earlier version of this announcement stated that more than 300 dollars had been raised by the community but the majority of this figure was already bundled into the 600 dollar total. The actual prize pool figure for the tournament is about 700 dollars, not one thousand.