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With the dust just about settling after QuakeCon 2017 and an incredible standard of competitive play in both Dual and Sacrifice, it’s time for all teams to look forward to what’s next. There is no doubt Quake is back in a big way with the success Champions has been, with a million-dollar prize pool up for grabs in the Quake World Championships finals at QuakeCon.

Bethesda and DreamHack have revealed two additional tournaments in 2017, expanding the game’s reach even further into modern professional competitive play.

DreamHack Denver Quake Championship | Oct 20-22

Bethesda will host a $75,000 championship in Denver with competitors facing off in both the ultimate test of individual skill, Quake Champions’ Duel mode, as well as the intense, 4v4 team-based Sacrifice mode. Qualifiers for the DreamHack Denver Quake Championship will begin in September.

The Quake Champions Invitational at DreamHack Winter | Dec 1-4

The best of the best will come together for the first Quake Champions Invitational to be held at DreamHack Winter in Sweden. The most elite professional players from around the world will compete for a prize pool of $350,000 in both Duel and Sacrifice modes.

Both tournaments will include open qualifiers in addition to a select list of top Quake Champions pro players who will be invited to compete. Competitors interested in the open qualifiers will be able to sign up on the DreamHack website. Details will be released in the near future.

Additional esports events for Quake Champions – the latest game in the franchise that helped found the esports scene 20 years ago – will be announced in the future.