Recreation writer Activision has introduced The Terminal Record – Warzone Rebirth Island Event, an Australia and New Zealand-based Name of Responsibility: Warzone invitational.
The event, set to happen on July 2nd, will see Activision Publishing and Amazon Prime Video Australia & New Zealand accomplice for the primary time to rejoice the launch of its new collection, The Terminal Record.
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The ten-team invitational occasion might be produced by You Know Media and is predicted to function Name of Responsibility expertise from throughout Australia and New Zealand. The event will function a AUD $20,000 (~£11,380) prize pool. Furthermore, subscribers to Amazon Prime Video ANZ who tune in to the stay Twitch stream might be eligible to earn in-game rewards.
The occasion might be broadcast stay on the official Name of Responsibility Twitch channel.
Amazon has been energetic within the esports and gaming scene since 2016, when it initially began as Twitch Prime. Since then the corporate’s gaming division rebranded to Prime Gaming and has partnered with huge names in esports reminiscent of Riot Video games and Respawn Leisure.
The newest deal now sees the multinational tech firm be a part of forces with Activision by its Prime Video department.
Earlier this yr, Activision additionally introduced the return of the Name of Responsibility Cellular World Championship, which is able to conclude in December with a prize pool of $1.7m (~£1.3m) – the most important within the recreation’s historical past.
The Name of Responsibility Warzone title has been often used for a spread of influencer tournaments, reminiscent of Fnatic’s Moonryde Invitational which was named after its streamer Dario ‘Moonryde’ Ferracci. The occasion featured a £30,000 prize pool and hosted 35 groups consisting of ‘prime streamers’.