Amazon names the winners of its $100,000 Mobile Masters Seattle esports event

Participants competed in World of Tanks: Blitz, Power Rangers: Legacy Wars, Critical Ops and Survival Arena

Amazon names the winners of its $100,000 Mobile Masters Seattle esports event

Amazon has named the winners of its $100,000 weekend-long Mobile Masters Seattle tournament.

Held in the company’s headquarters in Seattle, 74 players were invited to compete across four competitive mobile games.

The event included tournaments for Power Rangers: Legacy Wars, Survival Arena, World of Tanks Blitz and Critical Ops.

Mobile Masters utilised Amazon’s GameOn API set, a tool that integrates external tournaments directly into games.

Bags of money

The winners received a share of the $100,000 prize pool.

The weekend began with World of Tanks: Blitz. Teams of seven competed in double elimination rounds, with team Cryaboutit taking the final winners prize of $20,000.

Following that, Power Rangers: Legacy Wars players competed in best-of-seven matches for another $20,000 top prize. The tournament ended with Wolfthunderranger (pictured, main) taking the final top spot.

With the largest prize of the weekend, Critical Ops offered $40,000 to the final winner. Gankstars bested Hammers Esports in the final two, taking home the prize.

The event closed out with a head-to-head Survival Arena tournament. Eventual winner Boom Daddy took home the $20,000 prize.

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