Mihoyo Genshin Impact ‘Summoning of the Seven Saints’ Tournament: What You Need to Know

Gaming enthusiasts, Mihoyo, the developer behind the blockbuster game “Genshin Impact,” has announced today the first-ever “Summoning of the Seven Saints” international invitational tournament. The competition will kick off with regional tournaments in six regions worldwide and culminate in three cross-regional invitationals to be held in June, August, and December. This marks the first official international tournament for “Genshin Impact” since its launch.

With a total prize pool of $270,000, players who have participated in small challenge matches in certain regions will enjoy direct qualification for the tournament, while ordinary players can also sign up through official channels. A verified “Genshin Impact tournament” account has also surfaced on a Chinese social media platform, hinting at the game’s upcoming PVP gameplay.

The upcoming version 3.7 of “Genshin Impact” is aptly named “Duel! Summit of Summoners!” and is expected to focus heavily on the Seven Saints Summon feature. “Summoning of the Seven Saints” is a collectible card game within “Genshin Impact” that was launched in December last year. Players must consider the elemental compatibility of their characters and battle strategies, using character and action cards to build a deck and battle against players or NPCs.

The much-anticipated version 3.7 update will introduce over 60 new cards and two new game play modes to “Summoning of the Seven Saints,” expanding the game’s already impressive roster. As players gear up for the tournament, it’s clear that “Genshin Impact” is cementing its position as one of the most exciting games in the market.

Are you ready to join the Summoning of the Seven Saints tournament? Stay tuned for more updates on this highly anticipated event!

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