World of Warcraft Mythic Dungeon International Tournament Wraps Up This Weekend At Blizzcon, Six Teams Compete

World of Warcraft Mythic Dungeon International Tournament Wraps Up This Weekend At Blizzcon, Six Teams Compete
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The Anaheim Convention Center in Anaheim, California will house the Global Finals of the 2019 Mythic Dungeon International tournament. The series revolves around the popular MMO World of Warcraft (WoW).

The Global Final starts tomorrow, October 31, and will conclude November 1, during the first official day of Blizzcon, the gaming convention put on by WoW developer, Blizzard Entertainment.

The Mythical Dungeon International is a global series that features five-person rosters pitted against each other to see which team can play through Mythic level dungeons the fastest. These regional teams have been competing all year long, and six teams have made it to the Global Finals.

The prize pool for the Mythic Dungeon International is whopping 330,000 USD, which is the largest prize pool ever for a WoW eSports tournament at Blizzcon.

Which teams have qualified for the Mythic Dungeon International Global Final?

The PvE series has had many tournaments throughout the year and has featured thousands of competing teams. Teams have competed against each other regionally, and in the end, six teams have clawed their way to the top of the Mythic Dungeon International.

The teams competing are:

Method NA – The second seed for the West region, Method NA won the Spring Finals and is stacked with tournament veterans.
Method EU– This team qualified as the first seed for the Spring Finals but were defeated by Method NA in the finals.
Games Revolted – Finishing sixth in the Spring Finals, Games Revolted is down a regular teammate as the teamate could not secure a visa to get into the United States, forcing Games Revolted to pick up an alternate.
Abrakeydabra – This team is full of players that competed in last year’s Global Final, and they placed third at Spring Finals. Abrakeydabra finished first in points this series, even though they switched out their healer halfway through the year.
Team D – The second seed of the East region, Team D is representing mainland China.
Buff War Nerf Rogue – The top seed of the East Region, this team met in an LFG (looking for group). They dominated Summer Season and are looked at as a team that can go all the way.

Here is a match from earlier this year, featuring Method EU vs. Method NA.

When are the matches and how to watch:

The Global Final starts tomorrow as teams face off to see which rosters will play in the upper bracket and which rosters will play in the lower bracket. Then on Friday, teams will battle it out at Blizzcon to see which party becomes the Mythic Dungeon International champions.

Another Global Final is being played out as well as WoW Arena PvP teams battle it out in the Arena World Championship.

Fans can watch all the action on official Warcraft Twitch streams. The Mythic Dungeon International will be streaming in English, French, German, Russian, Korean, Traditional Chinese, Portuguese, and Spanish.