Razer Invitational– North America Announced, To Kick Off 2021 Season
Posted by Raphael Leynes April 22, 2021

Following the international success of the inaugural Razer Invitational Season 2020 held last year, gaming brand juggernaut Razer has announced the Razer Invitational – North America,  its largest regional online esports tournament! The Razer Invitational NA will be open to gamers in  North America, with tournament qualifiers beginning on May 7th.  The tournament series will start off the 2021 season and will feature three separate weeklong tournaments, throughout May and into the first half of June.  

Each week, the best of the best in North America will compete in Fortnite (PC, Console, Mobile), Rainbow 6 Siege (PC), and Brawl Stars (Mobile) to stake their claim on their territory as well a hefty prize pool of gaming hardware and up to $30,000 in prize money!

Khang Thai, Senior Global Esports Lead at Razer, had this to say about the return of their premier tournament:

“Razer Invitational was founded on the simple idea of creating a pure and competitive platform  where every athlete has a chance to compete regardless of their in-game rank, their sponsorship  status, or their team affiliations,” “It has now grown into a global phenomenon that represents inclusivity within the esports community. After a very successful Season 2020, we continue our vision for esports with an even bigger Season 2021, making competitive tournament play accessible to everyone around the world and  cultivating the next generation of esports athletes.” 

Razer Invitational Returns!

The maiden season of the Razer Invitational held last year was considered a big success, featuring the top talent from all over Southeast Asia, Latin  America, and Europe with 22 nations participating within the three regions amounting to nearly 60,000  athletes competing for esports glory. The groundbreaking competition was largely well received with a staggering 24 million viewers tuning in to watch the showcase of athletes.


Razer Invitational – North America, which kicks off Season 2021, will provide the top-tier gaming athletes from the United States, Canada and Mexico a chance to shine on its biggest stage. The tournament will be a series of three-week-long legs consisting of popular battle royale Fortnite for console; Tactical FPS Rainbow Six Siege for PC; and top-down, battle arena shooter Brawl Stars for mobile. Each title will be open for athletes to sign up as teams, or individuals when applicable. Participants will then battle it out each week, culminating in a grand finale worth $10,000 per title as well as some sweet Razer hardware prizes. 

Special rewards and bonuses will also be given to those who tune in to the competition such prizes from tournament sponsors by tuning in throughout the competition.

To watch the Razer Invitational – North America, please visit YouTube.com/Razer, Twitch.tv/Razer, or Facebook.com/TeamRazer.  

Razer Invitational – North America is only just the beginning of what is being touted as the world’s biggest and most inclusive series of esports tournaments. Razer has stated that throughout Season 2021, they will continue to expand the event series to new regions, hopefully to Southeast Asia to provide up-and-coming esports talents  from all around the world with a platform to compete and show their skills.

Sign up now!

Registration for Razer Invitational – North America opens today, April 20th, at 9AM PT with  tournament qualifiers beginning on May 7th. Each week will feature a new title beginning with  open qualifier matches leading into the playoff phases and concluding with a grand finale every  Sunday. To sign up for Razer Invitational – North America, athletes can go to ogul.gg/hub/Razer. 

For more information on Razer Invitational – North America, please visit  https://rzr.to/invitational-na or Facebook.com/TeamRazer. 


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