Esports Arena has expanded from a standalone venue to a tournament organizer creating its own events.

Now the company has announced a new tournament series that are a great chance for casual competitive players to enter a LAN tournament.

The entire country is littered with Walmarts and Esports Arena is holding Fortnite tournaments in five locations around the country.

The tournament will have a $15 entry fee, making it an awesome chance for people to test their skills in a local competition without super high stakes.

In addition, the Walmarts holding these competitions aren’t in major city hubs. They are in five different areas that are well-populated but still won’t be close to most of the best players in the country.

The five locations are: Spokane Valley, Washington; Colorado Springs, Colorado; Fort Worth, Texas; Tulsa, Oklahoma; and Roseville, California.

The competitions will take place on Saturday, April 6th and will be open to anybody who wants to enter.

Players will have to register for the tournament at each specific location through Smash.gg and those links can be found in the tweet below:

This is a cool tournament series worth highlighting because it will be a chance for people who have been playing Pop-Up Cups and working on their skills to play against a smaller pool of players and actually have a chance to win some money.

Is this something you are interested in? Will you be playing in one of these tournaments if one is close to your home?

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