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ESL and Square Enix launch Dissidia tournament series

Featuring weekly cups and monthly finals.

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Esports giant ESL and Square Enix have announced the first official tournament series for Dissidia: Final Fantasy NT in Europe and North America, starting on May 13 with sign-ups available right now at this link.

This is part of their Go4 series that ESL has deployed for other games like Rainbow Six: Siege, and will feature weekly cups as of May 20, running through to July 11. Monthly finals will also be a part of this, being broadcast on the Square Enix's Facebook, Twitch, and YouTube from the ESL Studio 1 in Leicester, England, on June 13 and July 11. Winners from each of these finals will get €600 in Europe and $600 USD in America, and the finals themselves will featuring hosting and commentary from Ryan 'Ketchup' Neal and Jake 'Mustard' Neal, as well as the community's own Jamstar2X.

Below is the full schedule:

• Weekly Cup #1 - May 20
• Weekly Cup #2 - May 27
• Weekly Cup #3 - June 3
• Weekly Cup #4 - June 10
• Monthly Finals #1 - June 13
• Weekly Cup #5 - June 17
• Weekly Cup #6 - June 24
• Weekly Cup #7 - July 1
• Weekly Cup #8 - July 8
• Monthly Finals #2 - July 11

"At ESL, we are delighted to work with Square Enix in bringing one of the first grassroots tournaments to the Dissidia community," says James Dean, UK Managing Director at ESL. "Go4 tournaments are designed to support rising esports stars and we look forward to seeing the European and American communities step up to the plate and even challenge other well established scenes across the world in the future!"

For more on the tournament series visit ESL's website. Does Dissidia suit the competitive scene?

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