How does the Roland-Garros eSeries of eTennis work?
Also for 2023, the French Tennis Federation announced a return Roland Garros eSeries Branded Bnp Paribas. All things considered, it is the world’s largest digital tennis tournament related to esports and competitive gaming which is in its sixth year. Federation announced that the protagonist will be the popular video game Tennis Clash, created by Wildlife Studios and recently ported to mobile.
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The most important confirmation is therefore represented by the platform used, that is, smartphones and tablets. The format change happened in 2022 and currently the mobile version 120 million downloads In just one year with more than 238,000 users from 207 countries taking part in the latest edition also organized by Fft. “We are pleased to announce all the details of the 2023 competition, in continuation of the fruitful cooperation with the French Federation.”said Dotan Arad, General Manager of Tennis Clash. “Being part of Pnb Paribas’ Roland-Garros eSeries is an honor as we strive to provide our players with the best possible content and first-class experience. Giving them the opportunity to compete at Roland Garros, on the same circuit as professional tennis players, is a dream come true for many” .Arad concluded.
This year’s event will see the top eight players take part in the Roland-Garros Grand Final on Friday 26 May with a prize pool of $5,000. Seven of those eight spots will be awarded through qualifying tournaments while the eighth spot is automatically allocated to the winner of the 2023 Australian Open tennis tournament, William Foster, already winner of the 2022 edition of the Roland-Garros eSeries. Qualifying tournaments start in February with the first date from 23-27. The second instead will be from 23-27 March and only the winner of both will qualify. From the April cycle, from the 20th to the 24th, both the winner and the finalist will qualify. These are qualifier tournaments open to all, which will be accompanied by closed qualifiers, three, from the following tournaments: Women in Games, Handigamers, and Twitch Community Clash.
In particular, Women in Games is an initiative that represents something new. The Roland-Garros eSeries by Bnp Paribas will in fact expand its collaboration with Women in Games, an international charity that aims to make gaming a better place for women. Similar rhetoric to Handigamers, a French organization that helps people with limited mobility play video games. Team Mces’ esports organization will take care of both tournaments. In 2023, FFT will once again welcome Bnp Paribas as Presentation Partner and Renault as Official Event Partner, for the sixth and second year in a row. “We are very excited to host another Roland-Garros eSeries by Bnp Paribas for the sixth year in a row and can’t wait to see how the competition plays out in the coming months.”said Aymeric Labaste, Head of International Development at Roland-Garros.
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