Mettlestate Valorant, Mortal Kombat 11 and Rocket League cups announced

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Mettlestate Valorant, Mortal Kombat 11 and Rocket League cups announced

Mettlestate has announced three cups taking place this coming weekend, including the first-ever Mettlestate Valorant cup. All these cups have some nice cash prizes up for grabs. Here’s what you need to know about the three cups from Mettlestate, in partnership with ASUS ROG.

Valorant Cup

You can now register for the first Mettlestate Valorant cup by heading over to the tournament’s page on the Mettlestate website. Registrations close on Friday, 31 July at 19:00, and the Valorant cup kicks off on Saturday, 1 August at 15:00. There’s a prize pool of R2,000 up for grabs.

Prize pool distribution:
  • 1st place – R800
  • 2nd place – R600
  • 3rd place – R400
  • 4th place – R200

The cup is open to PC gamers since Valorant is only available on PC.

Mortal Kombat 11 cup

The Mettlestate Mortal Kombat 11 cup is a 1v1 affair, which you can register for now on the tournament’s page. Registrations close on Friday, 31 July at 19:00, and the Mortal Kombat 11 cup kicks off on Saturday, 1 August at 15:00. There’s a prize pool of R1,000 to fight for.

Prize pool distribution:
  • 1st place – R500
  • 2nd place – R300
  • 3rd place – R200

Expect some bone-crushing fights with this cup, which is open to PS4 gamers.

Rocket League cup

Grab two friends and enter the Rocket League 3v3 cup from Mettlestate. Registrations are open now, so drive on over to the tournament’s Mettlestate page to enter. The registrations will close on Saturday, 1 August at 19:00, and the cup kicks off on Sunday, 2 August at 15:00. There’s a prize pool of R1,500 up for grabs.

Prize pool distribution:
  • 1st place – R750
  • 2nd place – R500
  • 3rd place – R250

The Rocket League cup is open to PC, PS4 and Xbox One gamers.

As always, you should keep up to date with the latest happenings for Mettlestate tournaments by following them on Twitter, and joining their Discord server.

Header image via Riot Games.

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