Alliance Tournament XIV begins on October 1st, with our coverage of all the action starting on October 8th on https://www.twitch.tv/ccp. If you’re looking to tune in and watch all the action, here what you need to know.
It’s Dying Time
The starting time for matches on each day of Alliance Tournament XIV are as follows:
October 1st, 2nd: 12:00 UTC
October 8th, 9th, 15th, 16th: 15:00 UTC
Detailed match schedules can be found here on the community website: https://community.eveonline.com/community/alliance-tournament/schedule/
You can also find the tournament brackets on the community website: https://community.eveonline.com/community/alliance-tournament/tournament-brackets/
If you’re looking to watch the first weekend of action, you should check out these twitch channels from ISD and from EVE_NT
ISD Multitwitch: http://kadgar.net/live/isdstar/isdstar2
Triple Word Score
We’re also pleased to announce that we are increasing the PLEX prizes for teams that reach the top 32 and top 16 of the tournament. The prize for reaching the final 32 has been increased from 5 to 15 PLEX, while the prize for reaching the final 16 has been increased from 10 to 30 PLEX.
Relive the Rumble
This year we are also running a video contest alongside the Alliance Tournament. If you’re good at slicing frames, you can put your skills to work to win some PLEX. We’ll be offering prizes for the best educational video, the most entertaining commentary, the best highlights video and possibly more. The contest will open up after the Alliance Tournament has concluded, so make sure you keep listening for how to enter, and start collecting your video clips. Footage from participants in the match will be especially useful here, so make sure if you're flying in the tournament that you're capturing all the action.
If you’re looking for more information on Alliance Tournament XIV, you should check out these previous dev blogs:
Dev Blog: AT XIV is Coming
Dev Blog: ATX IV Rules and Signups
Dev Blog: AT XIV Draw Results and Prizes