Pestily's Escape From Tarkov Tournament Starts & You Can Participate

Published: Mar. 01, 2021
Updated: Mar. 01, 2021

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The streamer Pestily will soon start the third iteration of its Escape From Tarkov tournament. You may even be able to participate!

This is the tournament: The Twitch streamer and YouTuber Pestily is currently working on the preparations for the third "Escape From Tarkov Punisher Tournament", in which there is a lot of money and fame to be won. We'll show you what to expect and how to participate.

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Escape From Tarkov Punisher Tournament - Start & Conditions of Participation

When does it start? So far, the date for the Tarkov Punisher tournament has been set for April 8th and 9th, 2021. There is no exact time, but Pestily announced that it would be in the afternoon. Of course, this does not apply to our time, because the streamer lives in Australia.

More information about the start will probably only be available in the coming days. The rules and prize money of the last tournament were at least as follows:

  • Each PMC kill grants you one point
  • Each pestily mask is worth three points
  • The top 5 players from three regions will each share $ 10,000
  • Labs is played

Both the card and the prize pool are likely to change this year, however. We'll have to wait and see whether the set of rules will also change. As soon as there is more information on this, you will find it here.

Twitch Drops: During the last tournament, in addition to the fun of watching, there was also a reward for the spectators. New Twitch Drops were activated during the Escape From Tarkov Punisher Tournament. There is no official confirmation for this either, but we are definitely counting on it.



How to take part: In order to take part in the tournament, you don't have to fight your way through various preliminary rounds. As long as you have an active Twitch account on which you stream regularly, you can send in your application from tomorrow. As soon as there is a link to it, we will include it here!

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