Being the best at Paladins is not something that you can prove by just saying, it takes hard work and countless of victories against people who also claim to be the best, and that’s exactly what Rivals is about. Introducing the Paladins Rivals Series, aimed for the players who are looking to prove themselves by going into one versus one combat, completely relying on their own skill to win the game and grab their share of the (up to) 26,400 crystal prize pool each phase. The Paladins Rivals Series is a community based tournament series brought to you by Paladins World in cooperation with Game Grover.
The Paladins Rivals Series is open to all EU and NA PC players (Including PPL and PGS players) and will run in phases. There will be only one victor per region per phase. Each phase will consist of four weeks of tournament play where players will gather points based on their performance after each week. After three weeks have passed the top sixteen players with the most points will be invited to the finals week. The player that comes out on top in the finals week will be the winner of that phase.
The Paladins Rivals Series has been made possible because of a partnership between Paladins World and the GameGrover community. GameGrover is a Paladins community discord known for hosting high quality Paladins Tournaments. If you want to join their community you can do so by clicking here.
Looking to play and try your best to go down in history as one of the best Paladins players? It’s easy to participate! Just join the official Paladins World Discord channel and wait for the check-ins to open.
Want to see the best players compete against each other instead? The Paladins Rivals Series will be broadcast live on the Paladins World twitch channel every weekend.
FORMAT AND INFORMATION:
- North-America: Saturdays, check-ins: 02:00pm EDT to 3:00pm EDT
- Europe: Sundays, heck-ins: 03:00pm CEST to 04:00pm CEST
- STARTING TIMES ARE RIGHT AFTER CHECK INS END
- Week 1: Open bracket with soft seeding of previous final, players collect points.
- Week 2: Open bracket with soft seeding based on previous week, players collect points.
- Week 3: Open bracket with soft seeding based on previous week, players collect points.
- Finals week: Top 16 players on the leader board get invited to the final.
Players acquire the following seeding points every week based on performance
- 1st: 100 points
- 2nd: 60 points
- 3rd: 40 points
- 4th: 25 points
- 5th – 8th: 10 points
- 9th – 16th: 5 points
- 17th – 32nd: 2 points
Players compete for weekly prizing
- 1st: 800 crystals
- 2nd: 600 crystals
- 3rd: 400 crystals
- 4th: 400 crystals
- 5th – 8th: 100 crystals
- 9th – 16th: 50 crystals