The SGO Weekly breaks down news that may have gone unnoticed throughout the previous week. In addition to general news, this includes reveals, trailers, and announcements. Check out this week’s breakdown featuring the upcoming Action Arcade Wrestling launch, Urban Trial Tricky news, and more!
SGO Weekly: Action Arcade Wrestling & more!
Urban Trial Tricky Deluxe Edition launching in July
Rider get ready, Urban Trial Tricky Deluxe Edition launches this July 22. Urban Trial Tricky Deluxe Edition is the upcoming freestyle motocross game from Tate Multimedia. Riders can pick the game up on PC via Steam and GOG, Xbox One, and PlayStation 4. Urban Trial Tricky drops players into a vibrant world crammed with ramps, jumps, and all manner of features. Here, players hop on a customizable bike and bust out their most insane combos across 30+ prime environments.
Action Arcade Wrestling launching for console this August
VICO Game Studio, in partnership with Reverb Triple XP, announced Action Arcade Wrestling launches on console e on August 10. Players can step onto the mat on Xbox One and PlayStation 4. Action Arcade Wrestling aims to bring back fun to wrestling games. AAW allows players to choose from over 30 wrestlers and battle it out in over 25 different wrestling match-types. These matches include 5 on 5 Tag, Tornado Tag, Four-way matches, Battle Royal and many more.
eFootball.Open closes with World Finals
This week, Konami announced full details for the upcoming eFootball.Open World Finals. The event broadcasts Sunday, July 18 starting 14:00 CEST. The eFootball.Open serves as an esports tournament open to all players across the world. Competitors engage in 1v1 online matches on eFootball PES 2021 SEASON UPDATE. Last season’s tournament saw over 1.4 million global participants. This season, the Qualifiers and Online Finals took place in Matchday mode, removing the need for registration and making eFootball.Open much more accessible.
High school Esports League launches NBA 2K Pro-Am
High School Esports League teamed with the NBA 2K community for its latest seasonal gaming tournament. The league aims to teach participating students valuable life lessons by connecting them directly with professional esports athletes and coaches. The HSEL Summer Challenge features an NBA 2K21 5v5 Pro-Am tournament, virtual events, and informational/wellness sessions throughout the month of July. NBA 2K offers students opportunities for college and beyond, something often overlooked at the high school level.
Inspired by the NBA 2K21 Pro-Am game mode, the Pro-Am Summer League is free for students to participate in. Additionally, student can play with friends from other high schools, even if they are not part of HSEL.
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