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Faeria World Circuit - A guide

Posted by Atmaz on 18/07/2018

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This guide covers everything you need to know about the Faeria World Circuit and how to earn points.

The Faeria World Circuit is a seasonal based competition where players earn points by participating in the in-game monthly ranked ladder, bi-weekly Championship League tournaments, and sanctioned community tournaments. After each season, the players with the most points compete in the Seasonal Cup.

Faeria World Circuit Structure

The Faeria World Circuit, or FWC, is based on a system of points.

Players can earn points by:

  • Competing in the monthly Ranked ladder
  • Competing in official FWC Championship League tournaments
  • Competing in officially sanctioned community tournaments

Each official Championship League tournament will offer $400 in prizes.

At the end of each season, FWC Points are totalled, and the highest 32 players compete in the FWC Seasonal Cup for $2500 in prizes.


Each season lasts exactly 3 months. There are four seasons in the year.

  • Season of Aurora
    • January - March
  • Season of Ruunin
    • April- June
  • Season of Khalim
    • July - September
  • Season of Seifer
    • October - December

Monthly Ranked ladder

The seasonal ladder normally resets on the first Monday of each month, at 12pm Noon CEST(or CET). At the time of the season reset, standings are recorded and the top 25 players earn FWC Points.

Points are awarded as follows:

  • 1st-10th - 100
  • 11th-20th - 75
  • 21st-25th - 60

Monthly ladder points count toward the current season in progress on the date of the reset itself.

This means there are three sets of monthly ladder points awarded per season. For the Season of Aurora, these will be the monthly resets in January, February, and March.

Championship League tournaments

Twice per month, official Championship League tournaments take place.

Championship League format:

  • Open registration 128 slot bracket
  • Single Elimination
  • Crucible deck rules
  • Best of 3 until Round of 8
  • Best of 5 in Round of 8 and onward


  • 1st: $200
    • 100 FWC Points
  • 2nd: $125
    • 75 FWC Points
  • 3rd: $75
    • 60 FWC Points
  • 4th: 40 FWC Points
  • 5th-8th: 25 FWC Points
  • 9th-16th: 10 FWC Points
  • 17th-32nd: 5 FWC Points
  • 33rd-64th: 3 FWC Points

Sanctioned community tournaments

Community tournaments can become officially sanctioned according to these guidelines.

By expanding our official tournament system to encompass community tournaments, we hope to encourage more participation in these competitive events.

Sanctioned community tournaments award FWC Points that scale based on the number of participants:

8+ participants:

  • 1st place: 15
  • 2nd place: 10
  • 3rd Place: 5

16+ participants:

  • 1st place: 25
  • 2nd place: 20
  • 3rd Place: 15
  • 4th Place: 10
  • 5th-8th Place: 6

32+ participants:

  • 1st place: 40
  • 2nd place: 30
  • 3rd Place: 20
  • 4th Place: 15
  • 5th-8th Place: 10

Streaming rewards

Abrakam is now happy to be able provide the services of our loyal Eggbot to Twitch channels that broadcast any officially sanctioned Abrakam tournaments!

Whether you’re observing other matches or broadcasting your own, your viewers can win in-game prizes in Faeria, just by watching.

Simply contact us at least 24 hours before you plan to stream an event, and we'll set it up for you!

Seasonal Cup

All roads lead to the Seasonal Cup. This is where earning FWC Points literally pays off!

The FWC Seasonal Cup is a single elimination, Best of 5 Pantheon tournament where the top 32 players are seeded according to FWC Point totals.

Each of these major competitions takes place in the month following the end of a season, streamed live on Twitch at FaeriaTV.

  • Prizes: $2500 in total
  • 1st: $1250
  • 2nd: $750
  • 3rd: $400
  • 4th: $100

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