Coming from Tencent, Chess Rush is the latest title in the popular Auto Chess genre, and it aims to make the experience more suitable for the mobile platform by adding a Turbo mode, compressing the standard 40-minute match into a 10-minute affair.

Now, the Chinese giant is hosting an invitation-only tournament for its new game. Officially named “Chess Rush Global Star Challenge”, it is scheduled to take place at the end of this month.

Chess Rush Tournament
A new Chess Rush tournament titled "Chess Rush Global Star Challenge" has just been announced and will take place at the end of this month.

The tournament will feature competitors coming from 8 different regions across the globe, all representing different languages. They include North America, Germany, Russia, Brazil, Japan, Korea, Thailand, and Indonesia.

There will be multiple rounds. The first one will have teams duke it out against one another in the Classic mode. The second, meanwhile, will be played in the Turbo Mode.

Chess Rush Match
One round will be played in the Turbo mode

A species will be automatically assigned to each player will automatically be assigned a species at the begging, and the player is obliged to go with that species if it appears on the board. No doubt this is intended to add some random fun to the proceedings.

The entire event will be live streamed on the official YouTube channel as well as Facebook page of Chess Rush. The organizers are also holding a special promotion to celebrate the occasion, which will see one lucky viewer walking away with THREE mobile phones: a Xiaomi MI9, a Vivo NEX, and an Oppo Reno. If you want to participate in this giveaway for a chance of getting selected for that reward, check out the game’s Facebook page! Do note that the prerequisite is that you must be a Chess Rush player, so head over to Google Play or the App Store to grab the game right now if you haven’t already.

Chess Rush Tournament 2
The tournament will feature players from all over the world

The players stand a chance of winning some nice prizes as well. The champion will take home $10,000 (Rs 6.85 lakh), while the first and second runner-ups will get $5,000 (Rs 3.42 lakh) and $1,000 (Rs 68,500) respectively.

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