Organizers are waiting for e-sports fans with total prizes of twelve million forints and 500 hours of sports coverage.
The third season of one of Hungary’s most prestigious esports tournaments, the K&H Hungarian National Esports Championship (K&H MNEB) has begun. Hungary’s best esports teams and players can compare their skills in 8 games, with a prize pool of HUF 12 million. The competition provides regular racing opportunities for beginners and advanced for a period of 7 months.
The spread of esports is also tangible in Hungary: the number of video players in Hungary exceeds 3.8 million, of which 540 thousand are for the esports consumer group. In this light, eSports is one of the most, if not the most, dynamic growing sports community in Hungary.
The organizers of K&H MNEB and the intermediate team Esport1 are waiting for esports players and fans with many innovations again this year. Innovations include 500 hours of sports coverage, higher broadcast quality, team and player interviews, plus live cam footage, and Match of the Day selections – plus this year, not just the players but the players in the background. All innovations aim to bring out the “human” side of esports, not just results.
With the new entertainment trend, the goal is to increase the audience and address e-sports enthusiasts more intensely.
“In the third season of 2021, players can compare their acquaintances in 8 matches to get a total prize of HUF 12 million. In addition to the championship title, cup and recognition, the LoL and R6S teams can get 3-3 million HUF, and the Valorant team 2 million FC , while the GTSport, iRacing and Roket League teams get a prize of Ft 500,000. The HPCL FIFA HUF 1.5 million and HUNESZ FIFA Masters HUF 1 million wages are very high in Hungary. The qualifiers held so far have received 3000 individual entries and 371 teams, and it is expected To be increased as the entry period for another 5 matches has not yet started K&H MNEB III Season Announcements and Information Required for Entry into mneb.esport1.hu Available on the site ”- informed Palaz Biro, President of HUNESZ.
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