Trion Worlds is teaming up with the world largest eSports company, ESL, in order to bring eSports to their turn-based strategy game, Atlas Reactor.

Time moves fast in the eSports world, too. Atlas Reactor’s first-ever ESL competition happens tomorrow at the Go4 Series. Players will then compete for a total of $8,000 in prize money. Any North American or European team interested in showing off their Atlas Reactor skills can sign up for the event at ESL’s website.

The eSports-ification comes along with an all-access weekend. From now until Sunday, Atlas Reactor – which already has a free-to-play version for everyone – will have be fully free-to-play.

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