Ultimo GG launches free esports tournaments with cash prizes

Kenneth Williams • October 3, 19:22

Ready to start your journey as a future pro esports player?

Next-gen esports platform Ultimo GG has announced a new free tournament series with £50,000 in prizes. The lineup includes five of the biggest esports today, each with its own prize pool. The event is open to aspiring players and squads across the United Kingdom and Europe. Join the Ultimo GG Series through Challenger Mode for a guaranteed slot in the limited-space bracket.

The first Ultimo GG Series will feature five esports titles, each with its own prize pool and dates. 

  • Fortnite – November 13, 20, and 27 – £5,000
  • Rocket League – December 4, 11, and 18 – £4,000
  • FIFA 22 – December 5, 12, and 17 – £1,000
  • Counter-Strike: Global Offensive – January 8, 15, and 22 – £7,500
  • Dota 2 – January 9, 16, and 23 – £7,500

Fortnite and Rocket League players can compete from any platform. The FIFA 22 tournament is limited to players on PlayStation. CSGO and Dota 2 will be PC only. More details for each event, including rulesets, can be found on the Ultimo GG Series Challenger Mode page

How to enter Ultimo GG free tournaments

To enter any of the Ultimo GG Series tournaments, create an account on Challenger Mode using the Sign Up button in the top right. From there, head to the Ultimo GG page and look for the Tournaments section. Find the qualifier for the game you want to join and go through the simple sign-up process. For team esports, each page will have instructions for how to register. Ultimo’s free tournaments are a perfect opportunity for aspiring esports players. All five tournaments are online and completely free to enter, so there’s nothing to lose and a ton of cash to gain.

Ultimo GG is an esports tournament platform with tons of free tournaments available to enter. This isn’t the first free Ultimo tournament with a big cash prize. The company is partnered with Birmingham City FC for Battle of the Blues, a free online FIFA tournament with a £1,750 prize pool. The finals for that event will take place at Birmingham’s home pitch St. Andrew’s Stadium.

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