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World of Tanks Fantasy League Makes a Return

Assemble your dream rosters and win prizes.

Wargaming is bringing the World of Tanks Fantasy League around for another go, allowing fans to assemble their own fantasy teams of Wargaming League North American contenders and—if their picks perform well enough—earn some pretty awesome prizes.

If you’ve never participated in the World of Tanks Fantasy League before, worry not because it’s actually pretty easy to get up to speed. Basically, all you need to do is visit FantasyTanks.com, sign in with your Wargaming account, assemble your fantasy teams, then tune in to the matches in which your team’s players are competing.

Based on how well your players do, they’ll be assigned a fantasy score. and the combined fantasy score of all the players on your team will add up to your personal fantasy ranking. If you rank high enough, you’ll win the following prizes from both the weekly and seasonal prize pools:

Weekly Prizes

  • 1st-3rd Place: 2,500 Gold
  • 4th-10th Place: 1,500 Gold
  • 11th-30th Place: 500 Gold

Seasonal Prizes

  • 1st Place: Type 59 Premium Tank and 5,000 Gold
  • 2nd and 3rd Place: Type 59 Premium Tank
  • 4th-10th Place: M4A1 Revalorise Premium Tank
  • 11th-50th Place: 2,500 Gold
  • 51st-100th Place: 1,500 Gold

Official WGLNA matches are held every Tuesday and Thursday at 5:30 p.m. PST (8:30 p.m. EST) so make sure you mark down when your fantasy players are competing and tune in to watch.

For more on the latest World of Tanks coverage, be sure to check out the newest series of Tank Mastery missions which are now live.   

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Nate Hohl

Nate Hohl got his start in the video games journalism industry shortly after graduating college and since then he has come to find enjoyment in critiquing various forms of media (games, movies, books, etc.) and seeing how they affect our ever-developing idea of culture. If you'd like to contact him, you can do so via his email address, nate.hohl@greenlitcontent.com, or his admittedly oft-neglected Twitter account @NateHohl.