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Genshin Impact SEA Carnival Esports Is Happening This December

Who knew that an online gacha MMO would spawn an esports circuit? Well that’s what HoYoverse is trying to do with its new esports event involving Genshin Impact.

Dubbed the Genshin Impact SEA Carnival, the tournament incorporates both online and offline elements of the game; it’s an event and invitational tournament all in one. The Southeast Asian countries eligible for this are Malaysia, Singapore, Brunei, Burma, Cambodia, Timor-Leste, Indonesia, Laos, The Philippines, Thailand, and Vietnam.

The contests include the following:

  • Domain Challenge: Complete Domains as quickly as possible as a team.
  • Sprint Challenge: Finish Domain challenges and sprint to designated locations without the use of waypoints, together as a team.

Some stipulations, of course: only a maximum of one 5-star character per team is allowed in the tournament. The Qualifiers will take place online, and requires one team member to livestream his/her team’s participation to HoYoverse to score. The finals will be held offline, and will have the top 8 teams from the qualifiers to participate. The 8 teams will earn a free trip to the venue, which will be confirmed on a later date.

Here are the dates and locations of the Genshin Impact SEA Carnival. Better sign up soon if you’re interested; there are only 64 team slots available.

-Registration Time: 12th-24th November (GMT+8)
-Qualifying Round: 26th-27th November (GMT+8)
-Finals: 17th-18th December (GMT+8)
-Finals Venue: Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia

Here are the prizes:

-Champion: US$4,000 in cash
-Runner-Up: US$2,000 in cash
-Third & Fourth Place: US$1,000 in cash and 1,000 Primogems for each member
-Fifth to Eighth: US$500 in cash and 500 Primogems for each member

GLHF, as they say! For more Genshin Impact goodness, check out our latest walkthroughs for the game’s Sumeru arc.

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