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THOR OPEN is a big opportunity for teams and players who want to prove themselves and get seen by the e-sports community. The tournament will be spread out over two months with a bunch of qualifiers, in which a total of eight teams/players will get a slot to the finals in December. This is an open tournament, which means that anyone can register for it. So even if you or your team are not based in Sweden, you can still get a spot to the finals.
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