Overdox – The Competitive Mobile Title Has A New Tournament

The unique, hybrid game that gives you the experience of hack n’ slash and battle royale is back with a new tournament. With two interesting genres building the foundation for the Overdox experience, Overdox has become a natural mobile esports game. Developed by the talented team at Haegin, it supports up to 12 online players per match.

The game supports different modes such as Free For All, Team Deathmatch, and more. After their first tournament in partnership with MOBILE E-SPORTS®, the second official Overdox Tournament has now been announced. This should excite all mobile and handheld gamers because this expands the mobile esports industry.

Overdox: The Official Tournament II will start on February 20th, 2021 and is based on the Free For All Mode. 48 players will be selected to play on the Southeast Asian Server. Round 1 will start with the 48 players divided into 4 groups of 12 and each group will play in a Best of 3 Format where the top 6 of each group will advance to the next round.

In Round 2, the 24 remaining players will be divided into two groups of 12 where the top 6 of each group will advance to the Finals. In the Finals, the remaining 12 players will play in a Best of 3 Format and the top 3 will be selected as winners. These winners will be earning from a prize pool of $300 Cash, GFUEL Products, 6000 In-Game Crystals, and 100 MES Credits.

Finally, if you are interested in this game and tournament, click here to visit the official tournament page and learn more on how to register. We don’t always see these two unique genres combined into one game so it is a great thing to see a game like Overdox getting yet another official tournament. If you don’t have the game then click here to get it on your iOS device or click here if you have an Android device. Stay tuned with our website for the latest on mobile and handheld gaming news.

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