SMITE World Championship Coverage and Giveaways on Ten Ton Hammer and

The teams from Ten Ton Hammer and are joining forces this weekend for the SMITE World Championship. Read on for details on where to follow event coverage on both sites, and how you can enter two unique giveaways totaling $1000 in prizes!

SMITE World Championship Giveaway and Tournament Challenge

Heading into the first major eSports tournament of the year, we're giving our readers two unique opportunities to walk away with some awesome loot. Not only can you enter a Giveaway right here on Ten Ton Hammer for a chance to win some SMITE gems, but we've also partnered with the folks at for a Tournament Challenge where you can enter for a chance to win SMITE gems or even cash prizes for the top three winners.

Follow the shiny link below for the full details on how to enter both:

SMITE World Championship Tournament Challenge and Giveaway

SMITE World Championship Coverage on eSportsMax

The team at will also be providing live coverage of the event throughout the weekend. For those of you well-versed in competitive gaming who want to stay up to date on brackets, rankings, predictions, and even discussions with the competing teams, be sure to hit the banner link below to visit eSportsMax!

SMITE World Championship Coverage on Ten Ton Hammer

Ten Ton Hammer will also have a team at the event, though we don't claim to be eSports and competitive gaming experts. If you're looking for detailed drill-downs and team rankings info, your best bet is to hit the link for eSportsMax above. However, if you're more of a general multiplayer online gamer and are interested in following tournament coverage through the eyes of hardcore MMO gamers, hit the banner link below to follow the SMITE World Championship right here on Ten Ton Hammer!

To read the latest guides, news, and features you can visit our SMITE Game Page.

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Reuben "Sardu" Waters has been writing professionally about the MMOG industry for eight years, and is the current Editor-in-Chief and Director of Development for Ten Ton Hammer.


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