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Announcing Chess.com Community Bullet Brawl Tournaments

Announcing Chess.com Community Bullet Brawl Tournaments

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Have you watched Bullet Brawl yet? This two-hour monthly arena sees titled players compete against each other at lightning speed using a 1+0 time control. 

While you might not be able to compete with GM Hikaru Nakamura in the titled event, we have good news for you if you’re a fan of playing fast chess…

Introducing Community Bullet Brawl!

Happening at the exact same time as the titled version, the Community Bullet Brawl event lets you compete against other community members using a 1+0 time control.

It’s open to enter for all untitled players, whether you’re a beginner just wanting to have fun or an advanced player looking to claim a win in a competitive online arena.

How To Play

Join the official Chess.com Community Club and register in the tourney to participate in the event. Be sure to register at least one hour before the starting time. However, we recommend doing this as soon as possible to avoid any last-minute issues.

Format

The Community Bullet Brawl consists of a two-hour bullet arena with a 1+0 time control. This event is a score-based arena where players are paired based on their scores instead of their rating. The player with the most points at the end of the arena wins. Please note that titled players are not eligible to participate in this tournament.

Schedule

Starting in July, the event will happen every Saturday starting at 1 p.m. ET/19:00 CEST.

Prizes

The top-three finishers will receive Chess.com memberships:

Place Prize
1st 3 months
2nd 2 months
3rd 1 month

The Chess.com streamer who finishes the highest will receive a special prize of 10 gift subs on Twitch. A one-month Chessable Pro account is also being gifted to a random participant.

The overall winner also receives the exclusive Bullet Brawl Champion role on the Chess.com Discord server!


We look forward to seeing many of you participate in the first-ever Community Bullet Brawl event. Good luck to everyone taking part!

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