Accompanying the 10th anniversary, Hi-Rez has announced the latest Smite World Championship.
Few MOBAs have remained relevant over a long period of time. League of Legends and DOTA 2 have been two of the most important in the last 15 years. But, an underdog on the scene has also remained relevant. Even today, it is established as one of the oldest MOBAs that are still going strong. We are talking about Smite, of course.
Smite, developed by Titan Forge Games, is celebrating its 10th anniversary. And, to celebrate such a milestone, they plan to celebrate in style! How? By offering free items for all those players who meet the requirements. And, as if that wasn’t enough, they have also announced the Smite World Championship Season 9.
It’s time to celebrate the Smite 10th anniversary
Smite, although it doesn’t have the impact in the industry as other games of the genre, has remained relevant over the years. In addition, it has an active community of players that day after day invests hours in the game. Therefore, on this 10th anniversary, the team behind Smite seeks to reward players for all the time invested in the game.
Those players who have been active for the last six months and completed 10 games will receive a lot of gifts. Each of these players will receive Unlimited skins, 40 free account boosters, the Premium Battle Pass: Cyber-Tokyo, and 10 Gods permanently unlocked.
In total, players will be receiving over $35 in free rewards. If you are one of those players who already own the battle pass, you will be receiving 10 levels automatically. This way, no player in the Smite community will be left out of these gifts as long as they complete all 10 games before January 23, 2023.
The Smite World Championship is back
In celebration of Smite’s 10th anniversary, the Hi-Rez team has shared some great news for fans of the competitive game: The Smite World Championship (SWC) is back! From Friday until Sunday, the group stage will be defined, leading to the Smite World Championship which will take place from January 13th to 15th.
The winner of the championship will be crowned as the Smite Pro League competitive season 9 champion. Afterward, there will be a nine-day break from the competitive gaming scene. This will allow time for the arrival of the new season, which will start on January 24th.
If you are an active Smite player, you can’t miss all the fun and gifts that January brings to the game!