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Amazon partners with Eden for $20k GameOn Masters: Gear.Club esports tournament

Amazon partners with Eden for $20k GameOn Masters: Gear.Club esports tournament

Tech giant Amazon has partnered with Eden Games for a new $20,000 esports tournament based around the developer’s mobile racing title Gear.Club.

Public qualifiers for the GameOn Masters: Gear.Club Featuring Pagani contest began on September 27th and will run until October 14th. Regions covered include North America, Latin America and Europe.

Those who qualify will be flown to the finals taking place on November 11th at the ARIA Resort in Las Vegas.

Tournament players are restricted to driving Pagani sports cars as part of a deal with the manufacturer, which is sponsoring the contest.

Gearing up

The winner of the competition will take home a share of the $20,000 prize pool and will also win an all-expenses-paid trip to Pagani’s factory in Italy.

“We’re extremely excited about GameOn Masters: Gear.Club 2018 featuring Pagani,” said Eden Games CEO David Nadal.

“Nothing brings a gaming community together like competitive play, and with the help of Amazon’s GameOn, players from across the globe can compete for a spot in the tournament and connect through competitive play.”


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Craig Chapple is Senior Editor of PocketGamer.biz and InfluencerUpdate.biz. He was previously Deputy Editor at Develop and Online Editor at Nintendo of Europe.

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