Registration has opened for the all-women’s Starburst Presents Powerz Up NBA 2K20 Tournament hosted by our very own Washington Mystics Champion, Aerial Powers.
Aerial is calling female gamers to show off your girl-power and shoot your shot! Open Qualifiers can join today to compete for exclusive prizes and the chance to play with WNBA Players and NBA 2K League Pros! All players will compete online across two Open Qualifiers to reach the Final Four & Championships on October 24, 2020.
Here are the steps:
- Pick a date and register – Sat Oct 10, 1:10pm or Sun Oct 11, 1:10pm
- Stage One – Open Qualifiers are double elimination online tournaments featuring 1v1 Versus matches. The top two (2) players from each Open Qualifier (PS4 and Xbox One) will move on to the Final Four (four players in total).
- Stage Two – The four Finalists who qualified during the Open Qualifiers will each be placed onto a team of three. Each team will include one Fan Finalist, one WNBA player, and one NBA 2K player. The four teams will compete against one another in a single elimination ProAm Knockout tournament to determine the final results of the Powerz Up NBA 2K20 Invitational hosted by Aerial Powers
- The Final Four & Championship will be hosted online and broadcast on twitch.tv/worldgaming and twitch.tv/powerzsurge on October 24 at 1:00 PM ET
We hear that the players who reach the Final Four and Championship games will receive some really dope prizes! This statement was also provided by The Powerz Up Tournament
In support of promoting health and wellness in gaming and STEM education, The Powerz Up Tournament will make a charitable donation to Health-e-Gamer Foundation to create more awareness around health and wellness.
HHW Gaming: ‘Marvel Future Fight’s Version of Storm Has Twitter Asking Who Is This White Woman?
1. They definitely did.
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This is the Storm icon for the new Marvel Future Fight game.— lg lokki (@lloki08) September 1, 2020
What kind of BS is this? Storm is Black. She is actually Black African! Marvel has lost their damn mind! pic.twitter.com/r09tBiLoGv
2. We dont want it either sis.
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Idfk why the Marvel Future Fight idiots made STORM a whole white woman but let me point something out to you all.— Neeks of the SelSquad Revival Choir (@ItsNeeksYeah) September 1, 2020
STORM is a DARKSKINNED WEATHER GODDESS. I love Ororo. FIX IT SKYDADDY. Fuck Marvel Future Fight. pic.twitter.com/48qPhTLd3d
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4. We wont either.
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I will NOT accept this Charlize Theron version of "Storm" in Marvel Future Fight...— Dana (Store Name) #AmplyBlackVoices (@sagesurge) September 1, 2020
This is humidity... pic.twitter.com/nF9Hv1rZZu
5. Lol exactly.
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When they said Storm was an African superhero, they didn't mean Charlize Theron. https://t.co/YrZHRUatHk— Con-EEK! (@ConStar24) September 1, 2020
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You meant: icon for game Marvel Future Fight featuring Taylor Swift as Storm https://t.co/HABKzI3qqX— xulha *comissions open* (@xxlia___) September 1, 2020
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Whoever created this new Storm icon for the game Marvel Future Fight will get fired. The disrespect... what is really wrong with you? Did you do any research into the character ? Fire them please. Obviously incompetent because they clearly did no research. https://t.co/015kAgRF2y— ₁.₆.₉ (@Kristian_Cloud) September 1, 2020
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So @Marvel allowed you all to literally whitewash #Storm and anger her fanbase with this crap? SMH Ridiculous to not think at all on the character accuracy of an iconic Marvel Black Super Hero. #BlackSuperHeroes Am I surprised, nope. pic.twitter.com/6I8ACCLydA— REDinFamy (@REDinFamy) September 1, 2020
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Charlize Theron was not what we had in mind when we asked for more African representation.— The Gentleman Metalhead (@BardThirteen) September 1, 2020
Zero hate for Charlize, btw. Still love her. https://t.co/dG2cZc2siQ
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They got that “Storm” icon looking like Charlize Theron. Might as well name her Light Rain. pic.twitter.com/hMZ7VRAtRt— ブランドン (@EyesOnBrandon) September 1, 2020
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Bruh, the really photoshopped Charlize Theron as Storm....... pic.twitter.com/Vac0wal1qA— New and Unproven Original (@MrGPHolmes) September 1, 2020
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