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Now that the online phase of the Summer Split has come to a close for the SMITE Console League, our top teams are preparing to battle for the title of Summer Split Champion at the SCL Summer Finals LAN! This live tournament is the penultimate event of the Summer Split, where the top 2 console teams from NA and EU will meet at the Skillshot Media esports arena to fight for gain and glory on the Battleground of the Gods!

Below you’ll find all the details on the SCL Summer Finals LAN Event — including format, prizing, participating teams, and where to watch!

 

SMITE Console Summer Finals Format & Teams

 

Dates: July 21 – July 22

 

The SCL Summer Finals LAN will use the following format throughout the event:

  • Double-elimination bracket
    • May feature up to two Grand Finals rounds
  • Best-of-three (Bo3) matches until Finals
  • Grand Finals match best-of-five (Bo5)
  • Second Grand Finals match is also best-of-five (Bo5) if applicable

There will be a total of 4 teams (two from NA, two from EU) competing in this event. The order in which they’re listed here will be the order in which they’re seeded for the bracket:

  1. Team Rival (#1 EU seed)
  2. Astral Authority (#1 NA seed)
  3. Revenge Esports (#2 EU seed)
  4. Flash Point (#2 NA seed)

 

SMITE Console Summer Finals Prizing

 

There will be a total of $75,000 up for grabs during the SCL Summer Finals. This prizing will be distributed as follows:

  • 1st Place: $37,500
  • 2nd Place: $19,500
  • 3rd Place: $9,000
  • 4th Place: $9,000

 

SMITE Console Summer Finals Daily Schedule

 

The SCL Summer Finals event will run from July 21 to July 22. Each tournament day will begin at 11:00 AM ET. Here’s a day-by-day breakdown of the event:

 

Saturday, July 21

 

  • Match 1: Team Rival vs Flash Point
  • Match 2: Astral Authority vs Revenge
  • Match 3: Loser of Match 1 vs Loser of Match 2
  • Match 4: Winner of Match 1 vs Winner of Match 2

 

Sunday, July 22

 

  • Match 5: Winner of Match 3 vs Loser of Match 4
  • Match 6: Winner of Match 4 vs Winner of Match 5
  • Match 7: Winner of Match 6 vs Loser of Match 6 (if necessary)

 


 

From July 21 – July 22, the SMITE Console Summer Finals event will be broadcast on ALL our official streaming platforms, including the SmiteGame Mixer channel, the HiRezTV Twitch channel, and SmiteGame YouTube channel.  You can also follow us on Twitter @SmitePro to  catch highlights and match updates throughout the competition!