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Elias_K_Grodin #1 Posted Aug 02 2021 - 16:17

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Meet the new event: World of Tanks Championship International (WCI)!


It’s the world’s first 15v15 tournament in World of Tanks with all five regions participating: the top teams of the Commonwealth of Independent States, Europe, North America, APAC, and China.

 

With China serving as the Championship’s host venue, the high level of organization made an offline 15v15 player tournament possible at the beginning of 2022 — the first of its kind in a long while.

The prize pool is peerless among 15v15 tournaments — 1,000,000 RMB (~154,700 USD).
 
Fight in the regional qualifiers for a chance to be the best in China!

 

Find out more in the dedicated article!



viawot #2 Posted Aug 02 2021 - 17:29

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Will this be an entirely socially distanced event with no audience?

Cowcat137 #3 Posted Aug 02 2021 - 18:57

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warrends #4 Posted Aug 02 2021 - 23:30

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Thank you.

VillainousButler #5 Posted Aug 03 2021 - 22:38

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View PostCowcat137, on Aug 02 2021 - 08:57, said:

 

I sent a ticket in detailing a match I had played in the Object 261, in a match with three artillery pieces on either side. The enemy Conq GC proceeded to kill me and one of my artillery team mates, without being able to utilize tracers or destroyed objects. Claimed that we had been "such obvious blind fires" in a post-battle PM. Wargaming gave me the same boilerplate "we will investigate" response, and as far as I can tell, that player has received zero punishment for the obvious cheating likely conducted through either cross-team communication with a friend, or through an illegal mod.

 

The sad thing is, players like those shown in the video will never be banned for fair play violations, as they're the "high-performance" type that Wargaming wants to be the face of these esport events.







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