UK-based organisation Method has announced that its Race to World First will return with Ny’alotha, the Waking City.
Race to World First: Ny’alotha will see Method, yet again, partner with TaKeTV for the event in Krefeld, Germany – starting on January 28th.
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Ny’alotha will see Method looking to achieve the guild’s third world first in Battle for Azeroth. The raid will see players head to the Walking City of Ny’alotha, home to the Black Empire and ruled by N’Zoth, the raid’s end boss.
Method will be offering up its suite of 24-hour coverage as the event begins with the US raid on the 28th, followed by Method itself beginning the following day. The event’s broadcast will comprise of “expert analysis, commentary, casting and original content.”
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As with previous events, Method’s stream will utilise the points-of-view from other guilds, including Alpha, Ji Tian Hong, Aversion, Club Camel, Fused, Vodka, Ethical, and Imperative. Method will cut to feeds of these guilds when its players are taking a break or when another guild achieves a major kill.
Throughout the event, Method’s raiders that are live at the event will join the broadcast to analyse what the guild is doing, explain its strategies, and share insight into the event. All of this will be broadcast live from TaKeTV’s Studio.
Esports Insider says: Before Battle for Azeroth launched, most people had no idea what the Race to World First was outside of the dedicated raiding community in WoW. Just over 15 months since the original release, Method and its partners have put the RWF on the esports map and it’s showing no signs of slowing down.