The fourth season of the Minecraft City Champs will soon conclude as the finals are close. On December 1st four teams will participate in a furious stand-off and only one of them will come out victorious.
Reigning champions Los Angeles Shockwaves were brutally eliminated by the Las Vegas Wildcards as the latter scored an impressive 5-0 against the three-time champions. The Las Vegas Wildcards will represent the West Division and they may keep the Western winning streak on fire.
The D.C. Conspirators dueled with the Tampa Day Dungeoneers for the Southeast Division. The Tampa Bay Dungeoneers won the spot after a furious tiebreaker. Another tiebreaker awarded the spot for the Central Division to Dallas Dynamite after they defeated the rival Phoenix Blaze team.
The representative of the Northeast Division was decided in an all-in match and the New York Fury beat the Boston Revolt. They claimed the last spot for the Minecraft City Champs Finals.
If you have a child that loves Minecraft and is quite skilled the Super League Monthly allows him to earn prizes while having fun.
Super League Monthly is composed of a series of events that take place in Minecraft. Each month features different theme and new maps that can be explored. The theme of December is Build Competition and it challenges participants to build and create while playing with friends. The best designs will receive awards and there is no entrance free.
Your child will be able to meet new friends, learn to work and a team and cooperate with his peers and win great prizes while playing a game that encourages creativity and imagination. The program is open to everyone but challenges require some skills in order to be successfully completed.
One of the advantages of the Super League Monthly is the fact that participants are able to join the adventure from any device that supports Minecraft. Access the official site for sing-up and additional information.
Nicole Hicks a graduate of UFT. She’s based in Toronto but travels much of the year. Nicole has written for NPR, Motherboard, MSN Money, and the Huffington Post. Nicole is a financial reporter, focusing on technology, national security, and policing.