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As eSports continues to build and grow here in Australia (aka 'Oceania'), Throwdown Esports, which is owned by Showdown -- the exclusive distributor of Twitch Media locally, has announced three Super Leagues featuring Rocket League, CS:GO and League of Legends with a decent prize-pool split among them as well as pathways into larger global competitions.

From their press-release:
Throwdown’s Rocket League Oceania Championship has quickly become the region’s largest, and strongest competition for Rocket League. Since the Season 2 announcement, just over a week ago, a record number of teams have registered to compete. Teams have plenty to play for with a prize pool of $20,000 + the top 2 Oceania teams heading overseas to compete in the Rocket League Championship Series World Championships. The open qualifier will be broadcast on Twitch this Sunday at 11 AM AEST.

Throwdown’s amateur focused Pro-Am tournaments for League of Legends and CS:GO will return for another massive season. Registrations commence from 29th of March. Collectively, there is a $12K prize pool up for grabs. Winners from amateur rounds will win a spot in the live finals where they will go head to head alongside pro players.

Following the success of Throwdown’s last Finals event, Season 2 will culminate in a bigger live finals event now taking place over two whole days, May 20 & 21, in Sydney’s Entertainment Quarter. Further announcements including ticket info and epic new formats with pro players will be announced over the coming weeks.

For a new league in the regional scene, Throwdown Esports has quickly established itself as a key platform for the local esports scene with premium services for gamers and sponsors. Throwdown is officially supported by Esports mega developers Riot Games (League of Legends), Psyonix (Rocket League).

Free pre-registrations for tournaments can be made via ahead of the first series of qualifiers.
Here are the key dates for tournaments:
  • April 2 – Throwdown Rocket League Tournament begins
  • April 6 – Throwdown CS:GO Pro-Am begins
  • April 8 – Throwdown League of Legends Pro-Am begins
  • May 20 & 21 – Throwdown Esports Live Finals at the Entertainment Quarter, Moore Park, Sydney

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