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Grand Finals – The Schedule

We’re only a week away from the biggest eSports event ever held. The Grand Finals are happening April 4-6, and it’s about time you received all the relevant information about the tournament progression. Regardless of whether you are a diehard fan and decide to join us live or sit back with a bucket of popcorn in front of your computer, you’ll be able to fully immerse yourself in this event!

We’ve already shared with you information about the prizes and the Monolith, now it’s time for the next batch of useful information! However, before we introduce you to the schedule, we’ve got some facts that will come in handy if you want to enjoy the Grand Finals to the fullest.

The Livestream

Our event broadcasting is usually available in just one or maybe two languages. This time will be different! You will be able to enjoy the action streamed in English, Polish, Russian, Korean and Chinese! This spectrum of officially supported languages should make your experience far more enjoyable, whichever region you’re from.

The broadcasting crew for each language will be made up of professionals dedicated to making this event something you’ll remember for a long time. If you’d like to know more about the English crew, please take a look at their introduction news.

The Venue

If you’re lucky enough to live close by or dedicated enough to come visit us in person from far away, we’re really happy to tell you that entry to the event is free of charge! The cinema complex in the Złote Tarasy shopping center in Warsaw is really huge, and we expect that it will be full the whole time.

Don’t worry about refreshments; the area is full of restaurants and cafés where you can grab a bite to whenever you'd like. There is even a large supermarket just a few floors below if there is anything in particular that you need throughout the day!

The Schedule

Ok, we’ve covered the first two bits of information we wanted to share, and now it’s time to give you the last but no less important part – the schedule of the event. This schedule at the moment contains only placeholders without team names, but you’ll get to know those details first thing in the morning of each day.

In addition, many of you will be happy to know that, based on your feedback, we’ve decided to stop using the QR codes in the portal news related to the Grand Finals. Keep in mind, however, that we will be using the codes for giveaways during the event, so don’t let go of your phones!