Digital Chaos have withdrawn from Northern Arena Beat Invitational and will be replaced by Team NP. The North American TI6 runner up team has cited scheduling conflict amidst a heavy fall season leading up to Boston Major early December. Northern Arena Beat Invitational will be held in Montreal Canada from November 11-13th with eight top notch world teams competing for the $100,000 prize pool. Tickets are still available.
— NorthernArena (@northernarena) November 1, 2016
Due to scheduling conflicts, Team NP will replace Digital Chaos in the Northern Arena Beat Invitational.
The North American based team will not be able to participate in the event in Montreal, Canada – taking place one week before the Summit 6 and three weeks before the Boston Major group stage.
Team NP was the runner up from the qualifiers that granted only one team a qualification spot. The team led by Jacky “Eternal Envy” Mao is also attending the Summit 6 and Boston Major.
Eight teams will compete for the $100,000 prize pool at Bell Centre in Montreal Canada from November 11-13th.
The first four teams to be directly invited to the Northern Arena BEAT Invitational LAN were Alliance, compLexity Gaming, Digital Chaos and Evil Geniuses. They were followed by invitations to Team Liquid, EHOME and the TI6 champions – Wings Gaming.
FDL claimed their place as the only qualified team for the Northern Arena BEAT Invitational LAN. The squad led by Stanley “Stan King” Yang outlasted Team NP featuring Jacky “EternaLEnVy” Mao, Kurtis “Aui_2000” Ling and Theeban “1437” Siva.
Northern Arena BEAT Invitational LAN
The Northern Arena BEAT Invitational LAN will feature eight teams – seven directly invited and one qualified team competing for the $100,000 prize pool.
The teams will go head to head in a double elimination bracket with a BO5 grand final with no WB advantage.
Northern Arena BEAT Invitational LAN Tickets
The LAN event will take place at the Bell Centre. The sports and entertainment complex is the home of the NHL’s Montreal Canadiens ice hockey team with a seating capacity of 21,288 – making it the largest hockey arena in the world.
Games on the first three days will be held at the Sheraton Centre Montreal and Day 4 will be at the Bell Centre. The ticket that you purchase from evenko for the Final at the Bell Centre will grant you access to the preliminary games at the Sheraton during days 1-3. The room will be Salon A / B / C (it’s 3 rooms combined into 1) and will accommodate about 180 people standing. You’ll need to bring your email for confirmation to verify your ticket. This is first come first serve, so be sure to get there early and keep the schedule in mind.
Tickets went on sale Friday – September 30th and are still available.
The price of the tickets range from $45 – $75 and can be purchased HERE.