Top esport games with highest Awarding money (II)

For gamers, those game tournaments  is the opportunity for them to not only learn new techniques but also can earn rare items from trading and betting. On the publisher side, those tournament is an opportunity for them to introduce their games to the world. Because of this reason, those current popular eSports game usually have usually have very big tournaments with prize money up to over 6 numbers. Today, in Top esport games with highest Awarding money (II), let continue to listing out all eSports games that have the biggest prize money for the winning team

20. Halo 2

Developer: Bungie

Publisher: Microsoft Game Studios

Released date: November 9, 2004

Total money prize ( number of tournaments): $1,445,362.47 ( 69 Tournaments )

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19. Call of Duty: Black Ops 2

Developer: Treyarch

Publisher: Activision

Released date: November 12, 2012

Total money prize ( number of tournaments): $1,448,149.70 ( 49 Tournaments )

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18. Call of Duty: Ghosts

Developer: Infinity Ward
Neversoft
Raven Software

Publisher: Activision

Released date: November 5, 2013

Total money prize ( number of tournaments): $1,569,291.38 ( 73 Tournaments )

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17. Halo 3

Developer: Bungie

Publisher: Microsoft Game Studios

Released date: September 25, 2007

Total money prize ( number of tournaments): $1,832,079.40 ( 32 Tournaments )

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16. Counter-Strike: Source

Developer: Valve Corporation
Turtle Rock Studios

Publisher: Valve Corporation

Released date: November 1, 2004

Total money prize ( number of tournaments): $2,424,484.60 ( 197 Tournaments )

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15. Heroes of Newerth

Developer: S2 Games
Frostburn Studios

Publisher: Frostburn Studios

Released date: May 12, 2010

Total money prize ( number of tournaments): $2,499,182.03 ( 355 Tournaments )

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14. World of WarCraft

Developer: Blizzard Entertainment

Publisher: Blizzard Entertainment

Released date: November 23, 2004

Total money prize ( number of tournaments): $2,569,337.61 ( 65 Tournaments )

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13. Call of Duty: Advanced Warfare

Developer: Sledgehammer Games

Publisher: Activision

Released date: November 4, 2014

Total money prize ( number of tournaments): $2,598,295.00 ( 401 Tournaments )

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12. Halo 5: Guardians

Developer: 343 Industries

Publisher: Microsoft Studios

Released date: October 27, 2015

Total money prize ( number of tournaments): $2,681,652.63 ( 3 Tournaments )

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11. World of Tanks

Developer: Wargaming Minsk
Day 1 Studios

Publisher: Wargaming

Released date: 12 August 2010

Total money prize ( number of tournaments): $2,690,496.59 ( 43 Tournaments )

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