This weekend Mojang will participate in an eSports tournament with Scrolls for the first time, and the studio is offering unique prizes to the top four finishers, the company announced this week.
The Electronic Sports League (ESL) is running a tournament called the Scrolls Opening Cup on Sunday, Sept. 22. The first-place winner will receive a piece of Scrolls art on acrylic that has been painted and signed by artist Henrik Pettersson (pictured above with the prize), along with an exclusive ESL avatar head, three months of ESL premium membership and 25,000 in-game gold for Scrolls.
The runner-up will receive an ESL avatar head, two months of ESL membership and 20,000 gold. Third place will get an ESL avatar head, one month of ESL membership and 10,000 gold, while the fourth-place finisher will receive an ESL avatar head and 10,000 gold.
Interested parties can head to the ESL website to participate in the tournament. Sign-ups are open until 11:59 a.m. on Sept. 22. For more on Scrolls, check out our hands-on preview and interview here.
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