Evolution World Championships Headed to PAX Unplugged

It’s not just fictional boxers that get to be crowned champion in Philadelphia. On November 17-19 the greatest Evolution players in the world will meet at the home of “Rocky Balboa” to compete for the title: 2017 Evolution World Champion.

Evolution is an award-winning game of survival. Adapt your species to eat, multiply, and thrive. In Evolution , players create and adapt their own species in a dynamic ecosystem with hungry predators and limited resources. Traits like Hard Shell and Horns will protect you from Carnivores, while a Long Neck will help you get food that others cannot reach. With over 800 different species to create, every game becomes a different adventure.

The World Championships will being held at the PAX Unplugged convention. Representing a variety of countries, 64 players will compete with the best of the best. The event will be organized and carried out by North Star Games, the publisher of Evolution .

Evolution is an award-winning board game about adapting to the changing environment. ,” states Dominic Crapuchettes, Founder and Co-President of North Star Games. “And I can’t wait to see how the best players in the world adapt their gameplay and strategies with such a highly competitve field.”

The top prize for the Evolution World Champion will be as exclusive as the title of World Champion.  Catherine Hamilton’s original water color art, valued at well over $1,000, will be presented to the World Champion. She is a world-renowned nature artist who created all of the card artwork for Evolution .

Learn more about Evolution in our review here and see the PAX Unplugged schedule for the Evolution Championship qualifiers here. Will you be participating in the many tournaments at PAX Unplugged? Let us know which ones you intend to win in the comments below!


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