Event platform Rally Cry has partnered with youth sports outlet SportsEngine to debut three free-to-enter youth esports competitions. The tournaments are for gamers ages 13-18 and will span three consecutive weekends, beginning July 23rd.
“Rally Cry’s distinctive event platform offers the industry-leading security, safety, and ID safety that gamers and oldsters have come to anticipate from conventional youth sports activities,” said Adam Rosen, Founder and CEO of Rally Cry, when pressed on security measures to prevent underage gamers from registering.
The first weekend will feature a Madden 22 tournament, the second weekend Fortnite, and Rocket League will complete the trifecta. A prize pool of $15,000 will be split up between the three tournaments.
Any eligible gamers can register to take part from Rally Cry’s official website.
(All information was provided by Meta Gaming)