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World of Warcraft Classic: Fall Conquest

WoW Classic esports returns this October with the Fall Conquest! The WoW Classic Fall Conquest will take place over three weeks from October 3-18 within the 15v15 Arathi Basin. With $12,000 (USD) in total prizing, teams in North America and Europe will battle for their share of each region’s $6,000 (USD) prize pool!

The tournament will be split into two regions: North America and Europe. All games will take place on live servers for WoW Classic, using the War Game feature. Here’s how it all works:

  • Teams of 15 players will sign up for their region. Signups are open to eligible players with a level 60 character on live servers for WoW Classic—check eligibility and sign up for NA here and EU here!
  • The tournament will be split into two stages for each region: qualifiers and finals.
    • The qualifiers are open signups.
    • The finals will feature the top six teams within each region.
  • Teams will battle against each other on live servers using the War Game feature, allowing players to queue up battlegrounds against other teams in their region.
  • For the top six teams in North America and Europe, there will be a total of $6,000 (USD) in separate prizing for each region.
  • More information can be found in our rulesets, which can be found on our NA and EU sign-up pages.

We’ll have more information—including casters, teams, and how to watch—in the coming weeks. Be sure to sign up now and join our Discord server to keep up with the competitors!

Stay connected and on top of the latest World of Warcraft Esports news and content on the AWC and MDI websites, YouTube, and don’t forget to follow the brand new WoW Esports Twitter account!

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