The Elder Scrolls: Legends Masters Series – Championships at QuakeCon 2018
Get ready to experience the next level of competitive play for The Elder Scrolls: Legends.
The Elder Scrolls: Legends Masters Series is set to bring esports to Legends and provide an avenue for top players to show off their skill - and win some serious money along the way.
Qualifiers for the first Masters Series – featuring both offline and online events -- will begin at the end of this month (June 30th) and culminate in Dallas, TX at QuakeCon 2018! Sixteen of the best Legends players in the world will convene at the Gaylord Texan Resort and Convention Center on August 9-10 to battle for their share of a whopping $50,000 prize pool.
The Road to the Masters
Winning your seat at the first Masters event will be a straightforward process done through four qualifying tournaments. These two-day events will be held online over the next few weeks, open to all players, and will each award $1000 in cash to the top eight. An invite to the QuakeCon Legends tournament, complete with travel and accommodations, will be awarded to the top three finishers.
Masters Points will also be up for grabs in these qualifiers. With twelve invites going to the top three in each of these qualifiers, the final spots at QuakeCon will be given to the four players who accumulate the most Masters Points throughout the season of qualifiers. The breakdown of prizes is as follows:
Masters Series Qualifiers
- 1st Place: $400, Invite+Travel to the Masters Series at QuakeCon
- 2nd Place: $200, Invite+Travel to the Masters Series at QuakeCon
- 3rd Place: $100, Invite+Travel to the Masters Series at QuakeCon
- 4th Place: $100, 7 Masters Points
- 5th-8th Place: $50, 4 Masters Points
- 9th-16th Place: 2 Masters Points
- 17th-32nd Place: 1 Masters Point
Masters Series at QuakeCon 2018
- 1st Place: $20,000
- 2nd Place: $10,000
- 3rd-4th Place: $4,500
- 5th-8th Place: $1,750
- 9th-16th Place: $500
All qualifiers and the Masters Series itself will be played using a Conquest best-of-five format with one ban. Players will bring four decks to each event. See here for a full breakdown of the rules.
Sign up for the qualifiers here!
- June 30-July 1
- July 7-8
- July 14-15
- July 21-22
Qualifiers will begin at 12pm ET on Saturday and be single elimination, using the best-of-five Conquest format. Play on Saturday will pause at the round of eight, and the final eight players will return on Sunday at 12pm ET to complete the tournament. The Sunday portion of each event will be streamed here.