The SMITE European Championships take place this weekend (November 15th and 16th) and will see the best European teams compete for $50,000 and a spot at the SMITE World Championships.
Fnatic, Mortality Esports, Team SoloMid, Cloud9 HyperX, SK Gaming and Aquila are the teams that will be competing. Victory in the European Championships will book a team into the World Championships that are due to be held in January. The World Championship prize pool currently sits at $1.3million.
As ever you can watch all the action on the Smite Twitch channel.