ggCircuit Winter WAN Tournament, featuring Fortnite

eSports center management software company ggCircuit LLC officially announced its ggCircuit Winter WAN Tournament, featuring Fortnite, which will take place from 10-13th January 2019, in participating LAN centers across the globe.  With a total prize pool of $25,000 up for grabs Fortnite fans who sign up have the option of competing in both Solo and Duo Battle Royal matches all played on dedicated Fortnite servers.
The tournament will take place at officially registered LAN centers across the Americas, Europe and Oceanic. Each region will hold a series of qualifying heats and the winners of these rounds will move forward to take part in the championship face-off.  Cash prizes will be awarded to the 1st and 2nd place winners of each Solo Championship match and the 1st place winners of each Duo Championship match in each region.

We are incredibly excited to be working with our friends at Epic Games on this Fortnite tournament through our network of ggLeap enabled LAN Centers,“ commented Zack Johnson, CEO at ggCircuit.  “We want to encourage as many independent LAN centers as possible to register so they can offer their gaming customers the chance to kick off 2019 in high gear by taking part in this global tournament, playing one of the most fun and popular esports games of all times.”

Gamers who want to take part in this amateur esports tournament are encouraged to contact their local LAN center to see if they have signed up yet as an official host center.  A growing list of participating LAN centers can be found here:  Players must be 16 yrs of age or older.  For more information, rules and regulations gamers can visit the official ggCircuit Winter Wan Tournament website

LAN center managers who are interested in securing tickets for this event, so their customers can take part in the tournament,  and are already a part of the ggCircuit network of global LAN centers should purchase them within their ggLeap account software.

New LAN Centers who are interested in becoming an official host center for this and other tournaments and don’t already use ggLeap (ggCircuit’s esports management software), can sign up for their free ggLeap 7 day trial here