Represent Your Country in Core’s Multiverse Games Tournament
You don’t need to travel to Tokyo to root for your home country or participate in global sports competition, because you’ve already qualified to take part in the Multiverse Games! Kicking off with the Opening Ceremonies on July 25, Core’s Multiverse Games event brings gamers together from around the world to compete for their countries, bragging rights, charity, and a share of $25,000 in prizes. The event is open to all and entry is free.
While swimming, track & field, and gymnastics are great spectator sports, this “Summer Games” features competition only possible in Core, as players will spend two weeks trying to top the leaderboards across a dozen sporting events created by the Core developer community. If you’ve ever wondered what gravity guns would do to a soccer match or what it's like to fight in a torpedo-packing jet ski duel, then this is the competition for you.
Following the pageantry of the Opening Ceremonies, featuring community made floats representing “countries” from the Soviet Union to Mars, there will be two weeks of exhibition matches with some of gaming’s most recognizable faces such as Greg Miller and the Kinda Funny crew; Brian Altano, Max Scoville, and Stella Chung from IGN; former Funhaus front-men Bruce Greene and Lawrence Sonntag, and other special guests, culminating in a spectacular Grand Finals event on August 5.
Contestants will represent their country in the Multiverse Games (selecting from 20 real-world countries – and a few surprise locations) by flying their colors with country-themed track suits and cosmetics. The main entry point into Core, Core World, will be updated for the event as well, with lots of new sports content and a Neo-Tokyo event hub to access the games.
When you’re not competing for the gold yourself, tune into the official Core Twitch channel, Core Live, from 11:00am – noon PDT every day to watch the events live and chat with special guests. Don’t miss the Opening Ceremonies on July 25, the Streamer Tournament for Charity in partnership with Dreamhack Beyond on July 28, and the Grand Finals on August 5.
The Core Multiverse Games event begins July 25 and runs through August 5. Players can go now to epicgames.com/store/p/core to download Core for free. For more information on the Core Multiverse Games event visit multiversegames.coregames.com. Follow Core on Twitter to stay informed of all the Multiverse Game events and news. Let the games begin!