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World of Warcraft’s Arena World Championship will return for the Shadowlands Season 2 Circuit beginning on July 31. A global prize pool of $160,000 will be at stake.

Where to watch and how it works

The Arena World Championship will be livestreamed on YouTube. Esports fans can tune in over on the official World of Warcraft YouTube channel to watch all of the action.

The top 16 teams across both North America and Europe will be featured on the channel starting on July 31. There will be four weeks of round-robin matches, with the top four World of Warcraft teams of each region earning a place in the Shadowlands 2021 grand finals and a chance at the $300,000 prize pool.

How to watch World of Warcraft’s Arena World Championship Season 2
Arena World Championship Season 2 schedule. | Provided by Blizzard Entertainment

Competing World of Warcraft teams

Season 2 will feature the top six teams from the Arena World Championship Shadowlands Season 1 Circuit. The top two teams from the Relegation Cup will join them.

For the Europe region, teams Badluckbones and MyWay secured a place in the upcoming tournament. As for North America, the top two teams are Borngood retirement fund and Shadow Word: Chicken.

EUROPE

NORTH AMERICA

Skill Capped EU – Season 1 ChampionsMethod NA – Season 1 Champions
Ad Hoc GamingBorngood retirement fund
BadluckbonesCloud9
CreedGolden Guardians
Method EUHamsters and Hares
MyWayShadow Word: Chicken
Reload EsportsTBD (formerly OTK)
Tegridy DampUnitas

Arena World Championship predictions

Each World of Warcraft team will compete within the Shadowlands: The Chains of Domination update. Casters for the Arena World Championship shared their thoughts on the tournament based on their experience within the Public Test Realm.

“I am incredibly excited for patch 9.1! With new honor talents as well as changes to existing ones, we’re in for a real shake-up in the meta,” Elliot “Venruki” Venczel said.

Venruki added how new compositions and class specializations can be adopted by the competing teams for an edge. Similar to Venruki, Mohamed “Ziqo” Beshir noted excitement for the new honor talents. Meanwhile, Sid “Supatease” Compston said he anticipates Assassin Rogues, Feral Druids and Death Knights to be competitive.

Amy Chen is an esports journalist and enthusiast who specializes in in-depth interviews and breaking news. A University of Toronto and Humber College graduate, she is passionate about building up the Canadian esports industry. Her current favorite games are Hearthstone and Heroes of the Storm, and she has always had a soft spot for World of Warcraft!
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