ChallengeMe.gg and Unikrn have launched the United Masters League, featuring invited teams with $150,000 up for grabs.
The Esports competition platform, ChallengeMe.GG, has partnered with Unikrn, an esports betting platform, to launch its very own Esports league. The event will feature 14 teams from the up-and-coming tier to compete for a prize of $150,000.
The league acts as a developmental CS:GO league that features teams that aren’t necessarily professional, but are up-and-coming. Each team will share $140,000 ($10,000 to each team) in participation fees and will receive more if the league has a “surplus” of net revenue.
The prize money will be paid in UnikoinGold, in which is described by Unikrn as the “universal token for esports and gaming.” The cryptocurrency launched in 2017 and has been the cornerstone of the Unikrn brand. The concept is based on the Cryptocurrency being at the forefront of Esports tournaments and utilized as rewards to gamers. No matter how the cryptocurrency fluctuates, the prize will be distributed based on the going rate is at the time.
The United Masters League will begin with the two-of-two round-robin stage, in which will run from November 19 through February 8. Following this, the top eight teams will compete in the playoffs. The four-team offline event will take place at M7M Esports Factory in Osnabrück, Germany, from March 19-31.
Teams Competing in the first UML season:
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