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‘Blood Bowl 2’ World Championship Announced, $35,000 Worth of Prizes

Cyanide Studios and Focus Home Interactive have announced the Blood Bowl 2 World Championship.

Blood Bowl 2 World Championship Prizes

All Blood Bowl 2 players on PC (sorry console players) have been invited to battle for the title of Blood Bowl 2 World Champion 2016, with long list of prizes which will be given to the best players in the world. There are over US$35,000 worth of prizes, which includes the following –

  • US$10,000 cash prize pool
  • One of three hard-core gaming computers from our partner ASUS
  • Top-tier gaming equipment by ASUS (monitor, graphic card, mice, head-sets…)
  • One of 64 Focus Selection Packs on Steam
  • One of 32 pre-order free codes for Battlefleet Gothic: Armada on Steam
  • Numerous other prizes!

Think you are the best Blood Bowl 2 player there is? Well then make sure you head over to the official Blood Bowl 2 registration page and sign up for the World Championship before it begins in February. Only the top 64 players will qualify for the Play Off round, and they must first survive the Qualification Rounds. Players can only qualify by registering on the Public League or by joining Private League ruled by the official Blood Bowl 2 Communities.

There is no better time to prove your Blood Bowl 2 prowess. So make sure you sign up before the championship begins in February, and may the best Blood Bowl 2 player win.


Jamie Briggs manages Analog Addiction and you can like them on Facebook, follow his daily life on Twitter @JamieAA, and his videos on YouTube.

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