SMITE World Championship, la fin de la saison et Amaterasu

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SMITE World Championship 2016

Après plusieurs jours de compétition intensive, le SMITE World Championship 2016  s’est achevé avec la victoire de l’équipe Epsilon eSports sur les américain Enemy, avec un score de 3-0.

SMITE Epsilon eSport

Dans le même temps Hi-Rez a dévoilé ses chiffres avec désormais 13 millions de joueurs et une infographie récapitulant la saison 2, ainsi qu’Amaterasu, le nouveau personnage jouable, dont vous pouvez retrouver les caractéristiques dans le patch notes.

SMITE Amaterasu

Communiqué officiel :

HI-REZ STUDIOS CELEBRATES FINALE OF THE 2016 SMITE WORLD CHAMPIONSHIP PRESENTED BY XBOX ONE

Epsilon eSports Claims $500,000 Grand Prize With 3-0 Win Over Enemy In The SMITE World Championship To Close Season 2 Of SMITE

Season 2 saw rise of SMITE player base to 13 million, ten new gods released

 

ATLANTA – Jan. 11, 2016 – Hi-Rez Studios has closed the books on the SMITE World Championship presented by Xbox One (SWC), thus bringing to a conclusion Season 2 of the action MOBA game. The world’s top SMITE teams converged in Atlanta, United States from Thursday January 7 to Sunday January 10 for a four-day battle of wits and reflexes. Europe’s Epsilon eSports defeated North America’s Enemy 3-0 in the Grand Finals of the SMITE PC World Championship to claim $500,000 and the immortal title of SMITE World Champions.

The SWC was also host to the premiere of the SMITE Xbox One Invitational, drawing the four top teams from the platform’s rising competitive scene to fight for a prize pool of $150,000. In the final series, Team EnVyUs emerged victorious over Cognitive Gaming 3-0, taking home the highest honors and $75,000.

Hi-Rez Studios capped the prize pool for the PC World Championship at $1 million in order to distribute a greater share of winnings at tournaments throughout the season; in total, more than $2 million in crowd-sourced prizes were awarded to SMITE players in the past year of competitive play. For a full breakdown of the results from the 2016 SWC, please visit http://swc.smitegame.com.

An infographic about Season 2 was also released by Hi-Rez today showing for instance how SMITE’s lifetime player base grew from 6 to 13 million during the year. The game saw 10 new gods being released, while additionally $464,182 dollar was raised for charity in the course of the season.

During the SWC, Hi-Rez Studios introduced the Japanese Pantheon, a new cast of upcoming gods, skins and items inspired by Japanese mythology. The first of these mighty deities, Amaterasu, the Goddess of the Sun, is now available on PC and late February on the Xbox One. The God Reveal video for this god is available here. Amaterasu’s arrival begins a multi-week event called Rising Sun, which will include many Japanese-themed skins, such as Kaiju Sobek and Harajuku Neith. The company also announced a new 3v3 Joust League and 3v3 Joust map for Season 3 as well.

Season 3 of SMITE is already gearing up on PC and Xbox One. For more information, please visit www.smitegame.com, and follow the title on Facebook and Twitter.

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