Axie Infinity has revealed the Esports Grant 3 Schedule, detailing the allocation of $AXS to every beneficiary. Recall that the team had earlier unveiled details of this program, including the different tiers and their respective criteria. Following various applications, Sky Mavis is unveiling this initiative’s process.
We've released the schedule and first round of AXS allocations for Esports Grant #3!
• Calendar with sign up links 📅
• Runes & Charms unlocked for all tournaments 🧿
• More than 80% of the budget allocated will go directly to players ✨
— Axie Infinity | #AxieOrigins (@AxieInfinity) November 10, 2022
While issuing this update, the company made these demands:
- Organizers must use the communication gaming platform for hosting tournament their tournaments brackets and registration.
- Anyone holding Tier 1 and 2 events must broadcast the competition in English. In addition, they will also choose two of the following languages: Spanish, Portuguese, Tagalog, and Japanese.
- Tier 1 and 2 contest organizers must admit half of their participants globally without restrictions. The other 50% can be obtained from specific regions or with other limiting criteria.
- Tier 1 and 2 events with physical finals must give prizes to the winners physically at the end of the tournament.
Details of the Axie Infinity Esports Grant 3 Schedule
Although Axie Infinity is just releasing the Esports Grant 3 schedule, some competitions are already underway. These contests are divided into the Challenger, Dragon, Bear, and Wolf tiers. The tournaments include daily, weekly, leagues, and large one-offs.
Below is the breakdown of the run of activities:
- Bear Tier: Sura Infinity Cup, BigYak Beer League, Metacon, Tonha Axie League, Brasileirinho, etc.
- Wolf Tier: AAG Axie Master Cup, Play1st Axie African Cup, Lysto SEA Invitational, E4E Open Tournament, Crypto Days: Axie Infinity, etc.
- Dragon Tier: LSL Season 4 Online, Axie Open Manila, Axie Brazil Minor, LSL Season 4 Finals, E4E Vietnam Minor, etc
During the announcement, Axie Infinity admitted they received almost three times the expected requests. While this is a sign of interest in the ecosystem, it puts the team in a difficult situation. They had to prioritize some competitions over others. Therefore, not all tournament requests were granted.
In addition, Sky Mavis also had to balance the reward system and ensure sustainability. Although players are the key elements of tournaments, organizers are equally important. Therefore, Axie Infinity decided that 80% of the 160,000 $AXS would serve as player rewards. In comparison, organizers will share 20% for logistics and other contributions.
Meanwhile, this schedule is not final, and the team will update these details as necessary. Furthermore, more Vietnam and Brazil qualifiers will be added to the timetable as time passes.