- Red Bull Mobile Esports Open is back for Season 3
- With over 15,000 participants during last season
- Top games from the world’s leading video game publishers
- Now featuring PUBG MOBILE, Hearthstone and Teamfight Tactics Mobile
- Online Qualifiers are hosted by official partner tournament center
Berlin, 29th of May. Open to all – won by one. The Red Bull Mobile Esports Open Season 3 (M.E.O.) is about to start in its third year! Players from more than 20 countries are eligible to compete in three different mobile disciplines. This season will see the addition of new regions to the concept as well. The first National Qualifiers start in May. Additional International Online Qualifiers will be hosted throughout the Season. Winners of these qualifiers will represent their country at the World Finals in Turkey, Q1 2021. There, the best players will engage in an ultimate battle for the crown.
Red Bull M.E.O. Season 2 ended with a blast: more than 15,000 mobile esports players participated in the National Qualifiers, peaking in the World Finals. The dust of the previous brawl has barely settled and Red Bull already opens the gates for the upcoming season. New challenges and titles lie ahead.
A wide range of mobile games is offered in Red Bull M.E.O. Season 3. Two new games will make their first appearance: tactical tournament PUBG MOBILE by Tencent Games and PUBG Corporation as well as the exciting auto-battler Teamfight Tactics Mobile from Riot Games. After its successful debut last season, Blizzard’s strategy card game Hearthstone returns to the tournament.
PUBG MOBILE is one of the most popular mobile games in the world. Blizzard Entertainment is considered one of the biggest game developers and publishers across the globe, featuring top titles such as Overwatch, World of Warcraft, and StarCraft. Riot Games has been one of the leading publishers in esports for several years with its flagship title League of Legends.
Red Bull also welcomes tournament center for Red Bull M.E.O. Season 3. The Belgian tournament organizer joins as official partner and arranges the online qualifiers. The company specializes in organizing gaming tournaments, especially for card games.
As the tournament is open for all, players of Red Bull M.E.O. Season 3 have the unique chance to compete against top mobile esports athletes and other well-known players. If you actively want to compete, you can find more information on the tournament and how to register at redbull.com/meo. You can spectate some of the National Qualifiers as well as the World Finals from home by tuning in to twitch.tv/redbull.
About Red Bull Gaming / esports
Red Bull gives you wings – in gaming and real life. We have built up personalities in gaming and hosted and supported esports events for a long time. Some of the most notable athletes promoted include streaming superstar Ninja, the 2019 Dota 2 world champions OG, and many more. We are partners with the League of Legends Global Esports Events and numerous regional leagues around the world, including the League of Legends European Championship (LEC), Campeonato Brasileiro de League of Legends (CBLOL), and League of Legends Championship Series (LCS). Apart from Red Bull Solo Q, we host tournaments – like the Red Bull Kumite – that gives world class players the chance to stand out. Explore the world behind the can and visit the hub on redbull.com/esports or redbull.com/gaming. Our hubs feature the latest trends in gaming, esports and lifestyle. It is a focal point for getting information about exciting upcoming Red Bull events, plus there is a section aimed at players in particular who want to improve their skills.
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