As you may have seen last week via the THE EYE OF JUDGMENT Official Sites, we announced the EOJ World Championships beginning August 14th. The winner has the amazing opportunity to get their image on an in-game card as well as compete with Watanabe-san from the Japan studio.
The EOJ World Championships, the first official global THE EYE OF JUDGMENT PLAYSTATION Network tournament, will start on Thursday, August 14th, 12:00AM PST and run for one week until Thursday, August 21st, 12:00AM PST.
This time, there are no special rules. You can play with your favorite deck and take on the world!
You will still be able to play as many “Online Tournament” ranked matches as you like until the tournament closes.
The prize for the overall winner is something really special: the winning player will receive their own in-game card in ‘Deck Builder’ mode complete with their name, picture (if the player wishes) and comments. This will be viewable by all EOJ players for the ultimate champion’s prize!
The winner will also earn the right to play an online duel against the creator of THE EYE OF JUDGMENT, Watanabe-san from Japan Studio. (This duel may be made viewable by the public).
If you finish in the Top 10 players you can earn unique ranking titles for eternal glory!
Taking part is easy, just follow these simple steps:
- Log in to PLAYSTATION Network and go online with THE EYE OF JUDGMENT in the usual way from Thursday, August 14th, 12:00AM PST.
- Select ‘Online Tournament’ from the Online mode select screen.
- Players will be matched up with another player to battle just the same as the regular way of Ranked Match.
- That’s it – You’re entered into the tournament!
Any points you earn from playing “Online Tournament” ranked matches before the close of the tournament will contribute to your position on the tournament leaderboard. The tournament scoring system is exactly the same as that used for regular online ranked matches. Please note that tournament matches do not contribute towards your regular ranking.
Good luck to you all and please remember, play fair, have fun and may the best player win!
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