In a partnership with ESLGaming, the JBL Quantum cup makes a return to the esports world with a second annual tournament.
Do you think you have what it takes to compete at the highest level?
ESLGaming is possibly the largest esports company around with over 20 decades of experience in the esports world, and now they have brought a second helping of the JBL Quantum Cup to fans everywhere. The invitation extends to fans everywhere, as anyone can participate by watching and even playing in the tournament.
The JBL Quantum Cup invites players to sign up through their registration page for a Fortnite competition, from now through November 25. This allows fans to compete in qualifying rounds on November 27 and 28. These regional qualifying rounds will be held in North America, Europe and Asia in Duos Fortnite for a chance to win it all. 200 Duo squads divested in an expanded lobby will compete, with the top 25 teams advancing through three more rounds of a higher ante qualifier to move into a highly coveted spot in the JBL Quantum Cup championship held on December 17.
Executive Vice President and Chief Marketing Officer at HARMAN, Ralph Santana said “We are continually looking for ways to bring fans together with the best names in esports. Now in its second year, JBL is taking the JBL Quantum Cup to the next level by giving amateur gamers even more chances to play alongside the pros,” including “Fans wanted larger lobbies in the JBL Fortnite competition, so we delivered.”
Besides the exciting chance at participation, fans can spectate in on the action and see the top names in esports today. While of course Fortnite makes a return, Counter Strike: Global Offensive (CS:GO) and Apex Legends join the fray. Besides the newly signed 100 Thieves Apex Legends team, fans can also count on possible engagement with other JBL Ambassadors and pro gamers such as SypherPK, Arkhram, Doigby, Keebabb, and Royalistiq.
The event dates are as follows:
- December 17: Fortnite Asia Pacific, beginning at 6 p.m. AEDT; Fortnite Europe, beginning at 6 p.m. CET; Fortnite North America, beginning at 4 p.m. PST
- December 18: CS:GO Asia Pacific, beginning at 6 p.m. AEDT; Some of the best Apex Legends players will compete in the North America Day 1 competition, beginning at 1 p.m. PST
- December 19: Apex Legends competition continues with the North America Day 2 Finals, beginning at 1 p.m. PST
For a more detailed calendar, fans can visit the JBL Quantum Cup home page for a greater breakdown when the event gets closer.
Fans will also be able to receive special JBL website promotions during the event and livestream, with opportunities at giveaways and prizes for merely spectating. Not only that, but there is a $35,000 prize for each regional Fortnite championship, $25,000 for the CS:GO finals and $50,000 for Apex Legends, making this competition not only for bragging rights, but for sweet cash prizes as well.
Fans can catch all of the exciting action directly on the JBL Twitch channel live from December 17 to 19.
To the victor of the JBL Quantum Cup go the spoils, but for also the many fans too.