Initially the league, which will be getting underway in the fall, will feature Counter-Strike, but it has been said that if there is enough interest in other games, such as PUBG, then that may also be included.
The first season has a 150,000 SEK prize pool (~13,000 USD) with the total being brought up to 250,000 SEK (~21,500 USD) with the inclusion of hardware products.
Matches from the top division in each game will be broadcast live, as well as highlights and content being provided in a weekly studio show, featuring high profile guests.
The dates of the Fragleague inaugural season have not yet been revealed, however it is known to be getting underway in the fall. While the 13 week PUBG Philips OneBlade Cup
will be the first preseason tournament for that game, which starts April 3rd. Viktor "vuggo" Jendeby
, Brand Manager of Fragbite said:
"I am super happy to announce that we are taking our tournaments to the next level, presenting something with ourselves behind it. We look to continue to help the Swedish grassroots scene grow, which something we work hard towards, and this is the result of that."
More information will be made available on the official Fragleague website
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