Enter the Paladins Console Series for your chance to win $250,000 and in-game currency now through Oct. 2018.

Best in the Realm: Hi-Rez Studios Announces Paladins Console Series

Enter the Paladins Console Series for your chance to win $250,000 and in-game currency now through Oct. 2018.

Think you’re the best Paladins player in the Realm? If so, you’ll soon have a new opportunity to prove it. Hi-Rez Studios announced today its $250,000 Paladins Console Series is set to kick off October 21 at 11 a.m. EST. The tournament is currently open to all European and North American console players. Those interested are able to sign up for the series on the Paladins World Discord channel.

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If you’re up for the challenge, teams will compete in monthly tournaments against other regional teams for supremacy and Crystal payouts. After three weeks of bracket play, the Top 8 teams in that region will face off for that month’s prize pool in the monthly finals. Each month will see $19,000 and more than 84,000 crystals disbursed to qualifying teams. Those teams that perform the best during the monthly series will be invited to play LANs and to attend the Paladins Console World Championships at Hi-Rez Expo (HRX) 2018 for even more prizes. 

Broadcasts for the $250,000 Paladins Console Series will air exclusively on the Paladins Mixer channel, starting with the first European PlayStation 4 and Xbox One matches on October 21 at 11 a.m. EST, continuing every Saturday through October 2018. North American Paladins console matches will air every Sunday through 2018, starting October 22 at 11 a.m.

You can learn more about the Series’ bracketing, payouts, and more by visiting the Paladins World website here

Stay tuned to GameSkinny for more news and information on Paladins and Hi-Rez Studios as it develops. 

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