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Amazon’s Mobile Masters Invitational to feature VainGlory, Hearthstone and Summoners War

Amazon’s Mobile Masters Invitational to feature VainGlory, Hearthstone and Summoners War

by LouisJune 9, 2017
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Happening at KCON New Jersey later this month.

After hosting their Champions of Fire mobile Esports invitational, Amazon continues to bank on competitive mobile gaming as they now play host to a new mobile Esports tournament, the Mobile Masters Invitational.

Featuring hit mobile game titles such as VainGlory and Hearthstone, the Mobile Masters Invitational, also known as the M2 Invitational, will gather 6 pro VainGlory teams and 2 Hearthstone pros, together with their coaches, for 2 days of competition at KCON New Jersey this coming June 23-24, 2017.

Pro teams Invincible Armada,  NRGTribe GamingGankStarsTempo Storm and Cloud9  will be showing off their VainGlory prowess in a Gauntlet-style match with each team win awarding USD 3,000, meaning that should a team manage to defeat everyone else in the Gauntlet, they will be taking home USD 15,000. Hearthstone, on the other hand, will have Anthony Kongphan and Jackson ‘Bajheera‘ Bilton as its main combatants, backed by coaches William ‘Amnesiac‘ Barton and Johnnie ‘Ratsmah‘ Lee respectively, with the winner to also take home USD 15,000.

But it’s not just VainGlory and Hearthstone taking the center stage at the M2 Invitationals for Com2US’ Summoners War will also be part as one of the official game titles with 8 teams from different parts of the world competing for the lion’s share of the USD 25,000 prize pool.

The Amazon Mobile Masters Invitational will be streamed live on the Amazon App Store Twitch channel and as well as on Amazon FireTV through the event’s companion mobile application.

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Gaming know it all, dresses like a thug at conventions, loves to spam Spiritbreaker in Dota 2, and only owns video games because of free keys and game codes.

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