Wild Tournaments – Join Ranked Tournaments with MMR Leaderboards
Long-time TESL player, YouTuber, and streamer AbellWild is organizing the Wild Tournaments tournament series. They take place every Saturday at noon EDT. AbellWild has implemented an ELO system that calculates how many times a player has advanced so that they will be matched with someone of similar skill level at the start of the tournament (non-traditional).
AbellWild is looking for newer players to participate in the Wild Tournaments. The format is a great way to learn and earn as they progress in the beginning.
If you are a newer player, you will be matched with a newer player. If you have played twice, you will be matched accordingly. Abell has recently changed it in that way to pave the way for newer players to enter the tournament. This more likely allows them to stand a chance against more veteran players.
The Hall of Echoes Tournament
At the end of ten Wild Tournaments in a series, Abell calls forth the Hall of Echoes Tournament. In doing so, he brings back all players who did well enough to earn a spot in this tournament based on their MMR. This tournament is the big one that boasts the most cash and prizes.
Hawksfire won the second Hall of Echoes Tournament against the Hungarian player Kusia_Kusmin. Salano2 took third place from Bujinnovation, who made it to #4. You can check out the full bracket here.
Registration for Wild Tournaments
AbellWild has a dedicated website that promotes the Wild Tournaments. Please check it out at https://www.abellwild.com/tournament.
To register for a Wild Tournament, go to Abell’s tournament page on Battlefy https://battlefy.com/abellwild.
Some of you might be hungry to see even more news about TESL competitive play. Therefore, tesl.blog is now highlighting many of the community-led tournaments, as these are fun to watch and to participate in.
Besides, we hope that some of you might be interested in helping to organize or otherwise support one of these initiatives. Keep in mind. Fans of the game hold these tournaments, and every helping hand will be much appreciated. If you would like to help, please get in touch with AbellWild via Discord AbellWild#1144 or Twitter @AbellWild.