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Quake World Championship 2023 – Everything You Need To Know

Quake Pro League’s Quake World Championship 2023 is set to kick off on August 10, 2023, welcoming the world’s top Quake esports players, who’ll compete for the coveted trophy and the lion’s share of the tournament prize pool.

Here is everything you need to know about the biggest Quake esports tournament of the year.

When Is Quake World Championship 2023?

Quake World Championship 2023 is set to kick off on Thursday, August 10. The tournament will run for three days, culminating with the grand finals on Saturday, August 12.

Where Is Quake World Championship 2023?

Quake World Championship 2023 will take place during QuakeCon 2023 at Gaylord Texan Resort & Convention Center in Grapevine, Texas. The event will run for four days (August 10-13).

What Is The Prize Pool For Quake World Championship 2023?

Quake World Championship 2023 will offer a $150,000 prize pool, which is the largest pot of the 2023 Quake Pro League season and the sixth-most lucrative Quake esports event in history.

Quake World Championship 2023 Prize Pool Distribution

Quake World Championship 2023 will have a $150,000 prize pool, which will get divided among 24 players, including four who couldn’t attend the event due to travel restrictions.

  • Champion – $25,000
  • Runner-up – $15,000
  • 3rd – $12,500
  • 4th – $10,000
  • 5th-6th – $10,000
  • 7th-8th – $7,250
  • 9th-12th – $5,500
  • 13th-16th – $4,000
  • 17th-24th – $2,250

Quake World Championship 2023 Format

The Quake World Championship will kick off with group play, featuring two groups of three players and two groups of four.

Initially, the tournament was supposed to have four groups of four players, but the format had to be altered after it was announced that Pablo “Yup” Velazquez, Nikola “serious” Gojic, Dmytro “Xron” Sakharuk, and Maciej “Av3k” Krzykowski will not be able to attend the event due to travel restrictions.

The group stage will welcome eight players who earned their spot at the tournament through Quake Challengers and bottom-eight seeded players from Quake Pro League. The top two players from each group will advance to the playoffs, where they’ll join the top eight-seeded players from Quake Pro League in a double-elimination bracket.

The opening two rounds of the playoffs will be played as best-of-three (Bo3), the round of four and the upper bracket final will be played as best-of-five (Bo5), whereas the grand final will be best-of-seven (Bo7).

Who Are Quake World Championship 2023 Favourites?

According to the latest esports betting odds, Marco “vengeurR” Ragusa (2.50 at bet365) is the favourite to win the Quake World Championship, followed by Shane “rapha” Hendrixson (3.00) and Maximiliano “maxter” Gonzalez (5.00).

Marcel “k1llsen” Paul is priced as the fourth favourite at 5.50, with David “ZenAku” Addati (6.00) and Adrián “RAISY” Birgány (7.50) rounding up the list of players priced at single-digit esports betting odds.

Quake World Championship 2023 Betting Odds

Player/Bookmakerbet365GG.Bet
Marco “vengeurR” Ragusa2.502.50
Shane “rapha” Hendrixson3.003.00
Maximiliano “maxter” Gonzalez5.005.00
Marcel “k1llsen” Paul5.505.50
David “ZenAku” Addati6.006.00
Adrián “RAISY” Birgány7.507.50
Daniel “dandaking” De Sousa21.0021.00
Filipe “nosfa” Barbosa26.0026.00
Marcus “Strongsage” Macias34.0034.00
Kirill “cnz” Golubjov51.0051.00
Kyle “dramiS” Simard67.0067.00
Gareth “GaRpY” Marshall81.0081.00
Markus “Keltz” Mikaelsson101.00101.00
Pavel “bukster” Bartkevics151.00151.00
Justin “Effortless” Yergeau151.00151.00
Greg “cha1n” Bouevitch201.00201.00
Sebastian “Spart1e” Siira251.00251.00
Johan “toxjq” Quick301.00301.00
Moses “psygib” Salas401.00401.00
sib501.00501.00

FAQ

What is Quake Pro League?

Quake Pro League (QPL) is the premier professional Quake esports league, organised by PGL and Bethesda. The QPL was announced in 2019 and is currently in its fourth season.

Who are the favourites to win Quake World Championship 2023?

The main favourites to win the Quake World Championship 2023 are the QPL Season 4 champion Marco “vengeurR” Ragusa, QPL S4 finalist Shane “rapha” Hendrixson, and Maximiliano “maxter” Gonzalez.

What is the Quake World Championship 2023 prize pool?

Quake World Championship 2023 will have a $150,000 prize pool, which will get divided among all participating players. The champion will take home $25,000.

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