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The winner of the March 2019 GWENT Open has been announced, with China’s Ni “wangid1” Lipao taking the top prize. The victorious Lipao came away with $10,500 in prize money, whilst fellow finalist Benjamin “kolemoen” Pfannstiel from Germany walked away with $4,300.
The city of Warsaw attracted the best pro GWENT players on the planet to the last Open tournament of the Masters series this weekend, which offered up a $25,000 prize pool, as well as Crown Points and a guaranteed opportunity to compete in the Gwent Challenger. Developers CD Projekt Red made the following comment in a recent press release: “CD PROJEKT RED would like to thank the players and everyone watching this GWENT Open online for making the tournament a truly memorable experience. Stay tuned for more information regarding the next tournaments in the series!”
The GWENT Masters serves as the official eSports series for the Witcher universe-based digital card game, and the Open also conjured up a couple of suprises for those who tuned in, including new cards being unveiled and a reveal of the game’s first expansion, Crimson Curse. If you’re a fan of the gripping digital card game known as GWENT, then make sure to check out the trailer for Crimson Curse below.