NBA 2K19 MyTEAM Unlimited $250,000 Tournament Announced

2K Games and Visual Concepts have announced an NBA 2K19 MyTeam Unlimited $250,000 tournament! The tournament will run from October 13, 2018 to February 13, 2019 and will strictly feature NBA 2K19’s newest MyTeam mode, MyTeam Unlimited.

MyTeam Unlimited is a new mode in NBA 2K19 that doesn’t restrict you with a salary cap. You are able to bring your best 13-card lineup with you to each game and compete. You compete in “blocks” where your goal is to win 12 straight. When you lose three games that block ends.

You’ll be able to qualify through a single elimination tournament. 16 Xbox One winners and 16 Playstation 4 winners (for a total of 32 contestants) will then face off against one another for a chance to be crowned a console champion. There will be one champion per console.

Those two winners will advance to the Championship Finals the week before the NBA All-Star Game in New York City and will face off in a best of three series which will be livestreamed. The finals will be played on an Xbox One.

So what are the goods when you win?

The Championship Finals winner will walk away with a cool $250,000 cash prize. On top of that, both finalists will earn a trip the NBA All-Star Weekend and have tickets for each and every event.

If you think you have the chops, you can check out the full rules and where to sign up at http://nba.2k.com/2k19/myteamtournament.

The NBA 2K19 Standard Edition will be available on September 11, 2018. The 20th Anniversary Edition will be available on September 7, 2018.

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Greg Ezell
Born and raised in Boston, Massachusetts, Greg has been playing sports video games since Ice Hockey on the NES. Greg is currently working as a Program Director in the non-profit world, but his true passion is hockey. While Madden, various wrestling games and MLB The Show are some of his favorites, NHL remains the go-to sports series. Outside of sports games Greg enjoys J/RPGs, Monster Hunter and Stardew Valley.