Additionally, international martial arts superstar
Jet Li visited the tournament, awarding the
honorary title and prize money to the tournament winner. Jet Li
also spoke with the champion one-on-one about
Age of Wushu and the competition.
Snail Games flew U.S. players Brian Merkle, Bryan
Cohen, Bryant Wood, Darren Gentlesand Rene Salvador
Ramos Jr. to Shanghai, China to participate in the
tournament. While they did not place, they played remarkably
The winner of the tournament, QinGui from China, was awarded one
million RMB (roughly $161K USD), a cash record for online
competitive games single prize money. Along with this, the champion
became the official global spokesperson for
Age of Wushu.
Full details on the tournament can be found in the
community post here:
images from the tournament can be here:
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