How Much Money Can You Make Winning The Injustice 2 Championship? Read On…

How Much Money Can You Make Winning The Injustice 2 Championship? Read On…

Victory isn’t just about defeating your opponent. It is about the booty and treasure that come along with winning. It is a tradition that began a thousand years back and is still a part of us, in the form of a prize money that comes after winning a competition. One such competition is announced for the upcoming game, Injustice 2.

The event will begin on March 26, 10 days after the game’s official release. The competition will comprise of multiple tournaments, with the ultimate gold being a massive $600,000. Warner Bros. is partnering with ESL, Gamelta, esports Professional League, Gamestop, Sony, and Twitch for this event.

Playstation 4 will be the official platform to be played on and Twitch will be streaming the entire competition. The season is bound to go through 4 months and will choose 16 finalists, who will go on to LA on September 17 for the finals.


The game has got iconic villians like Scarecrow, Captain Cold, Black Adam, Brainiac and Darkseid. Darkseid is available as only a pre-order bonus and not a part of the main game. Meanwhile, an upcoming DLC will feature Starfire, Red Hood and Mortal Kombat’s very own Sub-zero. Apart from these fellas, Joker is making a return with an aesthetic that would resemble Jared Leto’s recent iteration of the character.

Our guess is that there will be many participants just for the prize money itself. Who would not want to win a whopping $600,000? This amount is pretty much enough to motivate gamers and to drag-in a lot of them into the competition. But, when seen from the outside, we would say that this is a smart marketing strategy by Warner Bros and Netherrealm Studios. The money would invite more players to join the game, increasing its player-base.

That being said, it is left to see who is going to win the ultimate prize.


Bethesda Releases GamePlay Footage On Quake Champions

Bethesda Releases GamePlay Footage On Quake Champions

The name “Quake 3 Arena” brings back loads of memories. For many mid-aged gamers today, it was one of their favourite childhood FPS games. The words “frag”, “quad damage” and “gauntlet” became more familiar among the kids, through this game.

For those of you not aware, Bethesda is currently in the process of creating another Quake game called, Quake Champions.Recently, the company released a gameplay footage of its latest project, which features prominent competitive Quake player ZeRo4. The video is unedited and brings the gameplay, exactly as it is.

The video shows ZeRo4 playing a champion known as Anarki. Anarki is an Arena Lord from the good ol’ Quake 3 Arena. His main ability is called Injection, which allows him to heal himself and boost his maximum health. His passive ability increases his strafe-jump movement speed and mid-air control to¬†bunny hop.

The arena used in the game is named Blood Covenant. Quake fans can notice some features that resemble designs from older maps like Campgrounds. It is loaded with vertical columns,¬†balconies, tunnels, pillars, and a bridge that brings people together… for a frag or two, I mean.

Quake Champions will be a PC exclusive game and Bethesda released this trailer to announce the game’s first major tournament. The tournament will happen at Quakecon in Dallas. There isn’t any other detail about this tournament but it might happen soon after the game’s official release.

April 6 marks the beginning of Quake Champions’ closed beta and it will run through the weekend. As for now, Bethesda hasn’t decided on the game’s official launch yet.