Everything you need to know about H1Z1 esports
Z1 Battle Royale, formerly known as H1Z1 and King of the Kill is a battle royale game, similar to Apex Legends, PUBG and CSGO Danger Zone. Keep reading to find the latest H1Z1 live matches, news and guides as well as tournaments.
It’s a free to play game published by Daybreak Game Company. Currently, it may look like some players are losing interest in the game, but rest assured, H1Z1 has its play in community and is considered as a competitive esports title.
H1Z1 is highly competitive esports. The first season of H1Z1 Pro League started in 2018, making it one of the best competitive titles with prize pool of $300,000. H1Z1 has an active community of players making it a very attractive title for anyone who’s looking to get into FPS battle royale.
H1Z1 Live Matches
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European Pro League
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Z1 Battle Royale (H1Z1) is free to play, survival game with one objective; to eliminate the enemies. The game begins just like Fortnite and Call of Duty Warzone, players parachute onto the map. As they land, teams make strategic survival decisions to eliminate the enemies. Usually players either go all in destroying the enemy or aim to stay low to find better equipment.
H1Z1 players need to find equipment such as weapons to attack enemies. Players will need to find the supplies such as ammo, additional weapons, vehicles and more. Main objective of the game is to eliminate all the enemies, however some competitive tournaments will choose the winner based on best of three/five. In H1Z1 tournaments, scores are calculated based on the number of kills multiplied by the players position in the game.
Each game of H1Z1 can host up to 150 players however some competitive events limit the number of players to up to a 100. H1Z1 is split into three gameplay modes:
- Solo mode - During solo play, players will attack each other with one objective to be the last team standing.
- 2 Player mode - Players play in duo (teams of 2) to destroy the enemies.
- 5 Player mode - Same as 2 Player mode but with 5 players battling for their team victory.
H1Z1 maps represent different warzone environments posing different challenges to players. These maps have a toxic gas cloud spreading across making the playable area smaller. If players find themselves in a cloud of gas, they die. This way the game progression becomes way more interesting and competitive, accelerating the pace of the game.
H1Z1 Competitive Scene
H1Z1 has a number of different tournament types that happen throughout the year. Below you will find a list of most common tournament types:
This tournament is made up of thee matches, and is usually played between established esports players and newcomers from all over the world.
Elite Series have a prize pool of the $100,000 and is played by top 60 players of H1Z1. The prize is given to the player with the best performance over the three rounds of the game.
This tournament is cross regional, spanning across Europe, America, Australia and Asia where only top 75 players can participate. Only 10 players from each region will receive the reward for participating based on their performance.
Pro League is the professional tournament for H1Z1 that consists of 15 teams competing in Las Vegas. Where top 75 H1Z1 players battle against each other. Winners are decided based on the cumulative points score over the season where only one team can become the best of the tournament.
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