Intel World Open 2020, Backed By Technology

Intel World Open 2020, Backed By Technology

Allan Porras
Allan Porras Sep 24 2019 • 1 min read

So once again the Olympic Games are coming, and this time will take place in Tokyo. 

As in 2018 in the Winter Olympics Games – South Korea, Intel announced the “Intel World Open 2020” for the Olympic Games in Tokyo 2020 and at  this time the prize will be about $250,000 in total. 

The tournament will be titled Street Fighter V and Rocket League and will be based in Japan from 22 to 24 July 2020. Of course, this is an open tournament for people from all over the world who wanted to be part of this tournament.

The eliminatory phase will begin in early 2020, then the qualifiers will be participating in the qualifying event in June 2020 in Poland where they will have the opportunity to be named the national team representative and finally close with the World Final.

Look what Yoshinori Ono, Video Game’s Producer at CAPCOM announce on his twitter.

In October 2019 the International Olympic Committee and they partnerships will provide further information about the tournament.

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