The Wargaming.net League is getting ready for The Grand Finals 2017. This massive event will be held at the VTB Ice Palace in Moscow, transforming the venue into a World of Tanks battlefield.
With a $300,000 prize pool on the line, 12 of the world's finest World of Tanks pro teams are set to put on a truly impressive show. The group draw has already occurred and our very own European teams will be facing quite a challenge, with DiNG in a group alongside current world champions Na'Vi. Oops are against the CIS Season II winners Tornado Energy.
Save the date!
For the first time in the history of The Grand Finals, the show will last four days instead of the usual two, and will consist of two stages:
- 23-24 May: the group stage, involving the 12 teams, will be played online.
- 27-28 May: the playoffs with the remaining 8 best teams will be played on stage.
All the games will be broadcasted on our usual channels, and you will of course be able to snag some great prizes in various online contests and giveaways during this time! You can also purchase a special Fan Pack in our Premium Shop, which contains 9 special WGL emblems and 9 special WGL inscriptions.
Or attend in person!
Should you choose to attend the event, entry to the venue will be absolutely free. Each visitor will receive a special bonus code with something special to redeem.
We also have two special Grand Packages reserved for you in our Premium Shop!
- The Grand Package Saturday contains the 9 WGL emblems and a bonus: a free pass to the Grand Finals for Saturday 27 May.
- The Grand Package Sunday contains the 9 WGL inscriptions and a bonus: a free pass to the Grand Finals for Sunday 28 May.
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Rostelecom is the Russian national telecommunication carrier and one of the biggest service providers in its sphere in Europe. Reaching millions of households in Russia, the company has spread its presence in all segments of the telecom services market. As part of their collaboration with Wargaming, last year Rostelecom launched a Wargaming option in the Igrovoy (“Gamer’s”) broadband tariff to target World of Tanks fans.