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The Elder Scrolls: Legends

Elder Scrolls: Legends gets its own ESL Go4 Tournament

Win cash prizes by competing weekly.

ESL's Go4 tournaments are amateur tournaments that see players compete for prizes in popular games like the recently announced version for Rainbow Six: Siege, and now The Elder Scrolls: Legends has joined the lineup of tournaments.

All you need to do to enter the competition for Bethesda's Collectible Card Game (CCG) is to register here, and once that's done you can sign up for weekly cups that occur each Saturday at 16:00 CEST (15:00 BST). These have prize pools of 225 euros (around £205.48) and then will allow players to qualify for the monthly finals, where the top eight players by point ranking with win their share of a 500 euro prize pool (roughly £456.62).

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"The tactical options available to you should ensure that people pick up and play the game, even if they're in the door purely for The Elder Scrolls name alone."

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