Think you have what it takes to be crowned the Red Bull Power Spike champion? Enter the daily League of Legends tournaments for bragging rights and prizes.
If you’re looking yo get your fix for competitive gameplay, Red Bull is partnering with Riot Games to host a League of Legends competitive tournament online. The Red Bull Power Spike series is being hosted through Battlefy, a tournament platform that I’m admittedly not too familiar with. The event, which offers daily 1v1 tournaments for prizes, actually kicked off on April 27 but it runs through May 23, so there’s plenty of time to sign up and compete.
The Red Bull Power Spike is played as a 1v1, best-of-three single elimination tournament series. Matches are set in the top lane and ends when one of the following win conditions are met:
- First player to get two eliminations before seven minutes, or one elimination after seven minutes
- First player to destroy their opponent’s outer, top lane turret
- First player to reach 100 cs
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The “Red Bull Power Spike Winners” of each day get a special nickname tag and will compete against subsequent winners who will challenge the previous day’s winner in a match to claim the title. The player who holds the title for the most days in the tournament is one of the grand prize winners, with a finals event crowning a second grand prize winner.
You can register to enter a daily tournament over on battlefy.com. Week one registration is currently underway with it closing one hour prior to each day’s start time. Registration for week two opens on May 3 at 11:00 a.m. PST. You should be able to register for the entire week of tournaments.
Up to 512 players can sign up each day for the Red Bull Power Spiky tournament. Being eliminated from a daily tournament isn’t the end either. There appears to be no limit in how many daily tournaments you can participate in during the competition. For more details on the Red Bull Power Spike tournament, head over to the League of Legends Discord.
It should be worth noting that this is probably some sort of promotional tie-in event and does not carry any actual weight in the official League of Legends competitive esports scene. Still, it’s a fun way to keep the League of Legends community engaged and bring everyone closer together. During a time of social isolation, which can be hard on the psyche, this sort of community bonding can be a healthy outlet.