League of Legends OPL Finals and ESL Pro Tour for Warcraft 3 will be at MEO 2020

ESL and TEG Live have announced today that both the League of Legends OPL Finals and ESL Pro Tour for Warcraft 3 will be held at MEO 2020. The OPL will be held at Margaret Court Arena and will feature as part of an expanded stage in the arena for MEO 2020. In 2019, Mammoth Esports won the OPL Finals and so the event will be again, closely watched by fans.

Warcraft 3 is a brand-new event to MEO and will be held as a Warcraft 3: Reforged tournament. The ESL Pro Tour for Warcraft 3: Reforged will see international players competing in this remastered version of one of esports’ classic titles.

Both the OPL Finals and Warcraft 3 tournament join the already announced IEM Melbourne 2020 CS:GO tournament at MEO, making 2020 the biggest year for the event yet.

MEO 2020

Warcraft 3: Reforged will join League of Legends inside Margaret Court Arena on a dedicated second stage. IEM 2020 will be held inside Rod Laver Arena and will take place over both days of the Melbourne Esports Open 2020.

In addition to the esports action, attendees at MEO 2020 will be able to enjoy the JB Hi-Fi Game on Zone which will include AAA titles available to play, VR and esports activities.

JB Hi-Fi Group CEO Richard Murray said;

JB Hi-Fi are excited to be part of what has become Australia’s largest esports event, now in our 3rd year the JB Hi-Fi Game On Zone in Melbourne Arena will be bigger again, featuring the biggest gaming brands, first to play titles, fully interactive hands on freeplay experiences and exclusive show offers for attendees.

Tickets for both IEM 2020 and MEO 2020 go on sale on February 14, 2020. Tickets to IEM start at $69 AUD for a single day ticket, $139 AUD for a weekend, $229 AUD for a weekend premium and $999 AUD for Global Elite tickets.

All IEM 2020 tickets grant ground pass access to MEO 2020.

MEO tickets start at $25 AUD for a single day and $39 AUD for a weekend. MEO ticket holders “gain access to a first come, first serve unreserved general admission section of Rod Laver Arena to experience IEM Melbourne 2020.”

Tickets will be available from Ticketek at 10 am AEDT, February 14, 2020

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