Not content with just the East to Midwest, N3rd Street Gamers are going national next year
As the N3rd Street Gamers Eastern Conference Championship (slowly) gets underway in Atlantic City, New Jersey, once the stream came up, CEO John Fazio took the opportunity to reveal the organizer's plans for 2019.
It's time. After more than a year of planning, countless late nights, and entirely too much air travel, we are thrilled to finally share with you all what we've been working on.— N3rd Street Gamers (@N3rdStGamers) December 21, 2018
Introducing, the National Championship Series. pic.twitter.com/W8f1Mx9EES
Whereas the 2018 Eastern Conference Championship circuit brought LAN competition to three cities, the 2019 version will go to ten, listed as:
- Boston, Massachusetts
- Washington, D.C.
- Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
- Arlington, Virginia
- Chicago, Illinois
- Kansas City, Missouri
- Las Vegas, Nevada
- Los Angeles, California
- San Franciso, California
- Denver, Colorado (Grand Finals)
The $50,000 grand finals will take place at the new Localhost location in Denver, Colorado. Throughout the year, teams will accrue points across four tiers of events, which will go towards free entry and sometimes travel to later events.
You can read more on the N3rd Street Gamers National Championship Series here.