The registration for coming Saturday, 15 May opened up.
- Europe Region https://www.toornament.com/en_GB/tournaments/4610829347535208448/information
- Americas Region https://www.toornament.com/en_GB/tournaments/4610845231135219712/information
There will be 8 weeks of competitions on Saturday were both regions have a separate tournament. Every week the two finalists from that tournament will take a slot for the Challengers Playoffs. Every region will have it’s own Challengers Playoffs with the 16 players from the weekly tournaments. The two winners of that final will take on the two lowest ranked QPL players of their region during the relegation matches in the stage finals.
If you want to compete for a QPL spot, if you just want to test your skill or gain some extra duel experience. Register yourself at the links on the top of this post. Every skill level is allowed to join the weekly tournaments. Be sure to take in the rules before joining: https://quake.pglesports.com/quake-challengers-ruleset.pdf. Registration will end 12 hours before the start of the tournament.
Catch the action on twitch
There is no official stream for Challengers, but you can still catch the action on twitch. Many players are streaming their own games, which you can check out on Twitch’s QC Directory https://www.twitch.tv/directory/game/Quake%20Champions. During the tourney, watch for the word “challengers” in their stream title.
- The Europe Region will kick things off at 14:00 CEST / 08:00 ET.
- The Americas Region will follow at 20:00 CEST / 14:00 ET.
Besides the player streams you can catch the action on the following community casted streams. These streams will follow the bracket, cast the games and show off the upcoming challengers that strive to be included in the professional action of the QPL.
- The Europe Region: 14:00 CET / 08:00 ET
- The Americas Region: 20:00 CET / 14:00 ET