99damage announce $1,337,000 BOT World Championships 2017

CS:GO Aleksei “Aleksei.L” Louchnikov

99damage announce this year's iteration of the highly successful (and funny) BOT World Championships, once again featuring a $1,337,000 prize pool.

99damage announce the annual BOT World Championships, hosted on Saturday, April 1st. BOTs from various regions of the world will be connecting to the 99damage servers in a bid to secure the lion's share of a whopping $1,337,000 in-game currency prize pool. Making a return this year will be last year's victors, ÜberholverBOT, who managed to secure first place in 2016, copping an astonishing $673,310. The roster of the team remains unchanged, with Dave, Troy, Victor, Finn and Botlaren returning to defend the Champions' title.

Three closed qualifier are currently underway, each offering a single spot in the finals of the tournament. European, North American and Asian teams will be battling it out to secure the coveted chance at securing $713,370 in-game currency

The distribution of the $1,337,000 prize pool is as follows:

1st place - $713,370
2nd place - $373,313
3rd and 4th places - $107,331

All matches will be taking place on Saturday, April 1st, with both semi-finals and grand final in the same day. Formatting for the tournament will see best-of-one, single-elimination matches. Below you will find a comprehensive schedule for the day (all times expressed in CET):

Saturday, April 1st - Playoffs

15:00 - Semi-final #1
16:00 - Semi-final #2
17:00 - Grand final

Images courtesy of 99damage


Will ÜberholverBOT be able to secure their second consecutive Champions title?

Absolutely, they're insane.
Thank you for voting!
No, the competition is fierce this year.
Thank you for voting!
Aleksei “Aleksei.L” Louchnikov
<p>Former CS:GO Section Editorial Lead at GosuGamers.net. Contact - @Aleksei_Lushni/[email protected]</p>


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