Premier Tournaments

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Premier Tournaments offer an outstanding prize pool, are played on LAN, and feature the best teams from around the world. They are commonly held by well-established franchises and are considered especially prestigious amongst the community. Highlighted tournaments are held by the publishers and feature a prize pool of at least $1,000,000.

Tournaments[edit]

2017[edit]

Start End Name Series Prize pool T# Location Winner Runner-Up
2017-10-30 Oct 30 2017-11-04 Nov 04 Arena World Championship 2017 WoW Arena World Championship $280,000 12 USA Anaheim, California ABC P.Global

2016[edit]

Start End Name Series Prize pool T# Location Winner Runner-Up
2016-10-28 Oct 28 2016-11-05 Nov 05 Arena World Championship 2016 WoW Arena World Championship $250,000 8 USA Anaheim, California Splyce Method NA

2015[edit]

Start End Name Series Prize pool T# Location Winner Runner-Up
2015-10-30 Oct 30 2015-11-07 Nov 07 Arena World Championship 2015 WoW Arena World Championship $250,000 8 USA Anaheim, California SK Skill Capped EU

2014[edit]

Start End Name Series Prize pool T# Location Winner Runner-Up
2014-11-07 Nov 07 2014-11-08 Nov 08 Arena World Championship 2014 WoW Arena World Championship $250,000 8 USA Anaheim, California Bleached Bones Skill Capped EU

2013[edit]

Start End Name Series Prize pool T# Location Winner Runner-Up
2013-11-08 Nov 08 2013-11-09 Nov 09 BlizzCon 2013 Arena Global Invitational BlizzCon $189,000 4 USA Anaheim, California Skill Capped MiR

2012[edit]

Start End Name Series Prize pool T# Location Winner Runner-Up
2012-11-16 Nov 16 2012-11-17 Nov 17 2012 Battle.net World Championship BlizzCon $189,000 4 USA Anaheim, California Bringit Yaspresents

2011[edit]

Start End Name Series Prize pool T# Location Winner Runner-Up
2011-10-21 Oct 21 2011-10-22 Oct 22 BlizzCon 2011 Arena Global Invitational BlizzCon $120,000 8 USA Anaheim, California OMG Skill Capped

2010[edit]