Vision Esports together with Chinese streaming platform, HuyaTV, have announced the Darkhorse League Season 4. The event features four invited teams and two teams from Season 3 with ¥35,000 on the line.
The Huya DarkHorse League Season 4 commences today and runs until 22nd June, 2020. The tournament comprises of two parts, with regular season matches played as best-of-one (BO1) double round-robin format. The top four teams will move on to the playoffs.
Playoffs feature a double-elimination best-of-three (BO3) bracket. Season 3 winners Lynn Vision Gaming was replaced by third-placed O2 Esports due to schedule conflicts. Hui “DD” Wu and his men from OneThree join the team list as Season 3 runners-up.
The four invited teams include Singapore’s HuatZai and Mongolia’s D13. The latter has impressed many in recent events, placing 4th in both the Weibo Cup 2020 and ESL One: Road to Rio – Asia. The recently announced ‘Team Weibo”, now known as JMT.Sina, will be making their debut appearance with Jason “f0rsakeN” Susanto.
The six teams attending are:
🇨🇳 O2 Esports
🇨🇳 Invictus Gaming
Matches begin today, June 11th, and viewers can watch the games on the official HuyaTV channel, here. A bonus “DarkHorse Award” of ¥5,000 is given to a team determined by the tournament organizers and commentators.
The ¥35,000 prize pool for the event is split in the following way:
1st – ¥20,000
2nd – ¥10,000
DarkHorse Award – ¥5,000
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