EU 2022 Classic Arena Tournament (CAT)

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[e][h]EU Classic Arena Tournament (CAT)
League Information
Type:
Online
Location:
Europe 
Format:
Double Elimination
Prize pool:
USD
Start Date:
2022-11-05
End Date:
2022-11-13
Liquipedia Tier:
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The Wrath of the Lich King Classic Arena Tournament (CAT) is a 3vs3 World of Warcraft Classic arena tournament hosted by Blizzard Entertainment. For retail tournaments please check out the Portal:Tournaments page.

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Prize Pool[edit]

$50,000 USD [1] are spread among the teams as seen below:

In addition this season's Classic Arena Tournament will be offering a new in-game reward: The Flag of Ownership will be rewarded to all eligible teams who play 2 matches and earn at least 1 match win during the offline bracket.

Format[edit]

The Wrath of the Lich King Classic Arena Tournament (CAT) is a 3vs3 arena tournament played in a double elimination bracket with both north america and europe having their own bracket. Signup for the tournament opened on October 6th and closed on October 28thth[2]. Same time as the seeding closes a snapshot from the live ladder will be taken for seeding purposes. Players who are not part of a team may register as a free agent during registration period. The first match will always be played on Nagrand Arena, additionally Ruins of Lordaeron, Blade's Edge Arena and Dalaran Arena are part of the map pool. All matches during the offline brackets will be played in a Best-of-Five series with the top of eight being played in a Best-of-Seven series. Players are allowed to broadcast their matches on Twitch or Youtube during the initial rounds.

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Winners' Finals
 
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Losers' Round 3
 
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Losers' Finals
 
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Grand Finals
 
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Streams[edit]

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References[edit]

  1. Blizzard (2022-11-09). "The Classic Arena Tournament Viewers Guide". news.blizzard.com.
  2. Blizzard (2022-10-06). "Esports Welcomes the Lich King’s Return!". news.blizzard.com.