The Minecraft Championship (MCC) is back with a bang, as some famous content creators and streamers will be participating in the fun tournament. Noxcrew, the hosts of the event, recently announced the first five teams that will compete in the tournament.
They also stated that the 28th tournament would be their last for Season 2 and this year. The MCC 29 will start next season in 2023 with lots of new maps and features.
The Minecraft Championship is an event where 40 content creators and streamers play different custom mini-games and compete against each other. All participants are divided into 10 teams.
They will gradually collect points and advance in the tournament. The top two teams enter the final mini-game, where the winner is determined. The winning team gets to celebrate, and they also get a special real-life gold coin. Since it’s a casual tournament with no serious gambling or prize money, it’s pretty laid back and fun to watch.
The first five teams have been announced for Minecraft Championship (MCC) 28
Below are the first five teams announced by the event hosts on their official Twitter handle. Soon they will also announce the remaining five teams. These groups contain famous content creators and streamers such as TommyInnit, Jack Manifold, Ranboo, etc., which many fans will follow during the tournament.
- in Kiamon
- the anhexrose
- Wow Nelly
When will Minecraft Championship 28 start?
A few days before the announcement of the first five teams, the event hosts tweeted when the 28th tournament would begin, along with a video explaining the end of Season 2. The Minecraft 28th Championship will take place on December 3rd at 20:00 GMT.
Fans watching the show from other parts of the world can simply take the time zone mentioned and calculate the time for their own time zone. That way everyone knew exactly when to tune in for the tournament.
How to watch the tournament?
This particular gaming event is quite different when it comes to streaming around the world. The hosts of the event have no part in streaming the entire program. Instead, most content creators and streamers go live during the championship and stream their own POV.
This is brilliant for fans as they can switch streams and see what’s going on in each team. They can even switch between team members and look at the game from different perspectives. It basically feels like a spectator mode in a game where the fans can see everyone.