Affect by COVID-19, the NBA 2K League has postponed its third season that should have been on March 24. in order to call for more people to stay indoors, and motivate fans to play NBA 2K more in the gap, 2K Sports is developing an online three-on-three tournament involving fans, social media influencers and top female 2K gamers, along with up to $25,000 awards for PlayStation 4 and Xbox One.
The tournament starts on March 27, and last until April 3, providing NBA 2K fans a chance to play with the pros of the NBA online and earn some cash while staying at home.
The tournament is divided into two stages, the first is from March 27 to 29, 23 fan-organized teams will battle in Xbox One and PlayStation 4, and until March 31, the teams of top female 2K players and social media influencers come to stage 2, joining to complete against the first-stage winning fan teams by April 3.
And the prize pool awarded $25,000 breaks down in this fashion:
$15,000 awards to the non-NBA 2K League team in Stage 2
$5,000 and $2,500 awards to the two furthest-advancing non-NBA 2K League teams in Xbox and PS4
$9,000 awards to the NBA 2K League teams
$3,500 and $1,000 awards to the two furthest-advancing non-NBA 2K League teams in Xbox and PS4
$1,000 awards to the winners of the fan-only brackets in Stage 1.
This is definitely a tournament full of highlights, combining amateur and pros.
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