Players can strive for their opportunity at the $10K prize pool beginning one month from now.
In the event that you’ve at any point needed to check whether you have the stuff to contend in augmented reality esports, presently’s your possibility. The Virtual Athletics League (VAL) is getting ready to commence the main ever overall Pistol Whip Tournament, which goes through March.
The first of four week by week Play Cups will start this Sunday, March first. Contenders will contend in three 30-minute rounds, with one round per scene. Players must record and present a VOD of their best score inside the designated time for an opportunity to contend in the Pistol Whip Tournament.
The Oculus and iBUYPOWER-supported tournament will begin on March 13 and will take place over three weekends. Anyone can compete, as the Home Tournament takes place online from home from March 13-14. Those who live near a SpringboardVR-supported arcade can participate in the arcade portion from March 19-22. The three finalists will then vie for their share of a $10,000 prize pool at the Grand Finals, which will be streamed live from Salt Lake City, Utah on March 29.
Contestants will compete in Pistol Whip, a VR action-rhythm shooter developed by Cloudhead Games. In this vibrant, fast-paced FPS, players must shoot their way through a series of hand-crafted action sequences inspired by the likes of John Wick and Equilibrium. Shoot fast and aim true, and you might be on your way to the Grand Finals next month.
Be sure to visit the Virtual Athletics League website for a detailed breakdown of the Pistol Whip Tournament rules and sign-up information.