Phoenix Blue are proud to announce Forge of Heroes, a community VALORANT tournament featuring a €3,000 EUR prize pool. Together with Opera GX, we’ll be bringing you live VALORANT action for three full Saturdays – all to the comforts of your very own homes. Swedish competitors will have two opportunities to grab a slot in the top 8 playoffs and the chance to win a lion’s share of the prize money.

This is a perfect opportunity for you and your teammates to face off against some of the best Sweden has to offer, and who knows, maybe you’ll end up in the spotlight? If you’re interested in competing for the €2,000 first place prize, these are the dates you need to keep in mind. 

Tournament Dates & Times

Qualifier 1 – September 18 @ 2 pm CEST
Qualifier 2 – September 25 @ 2 pm CEST

Playoffs – October 2 @ 3 pm CEST

Find all of the qualifying details and sign up on Challengermode. In PXB tradition, all teams must consist of at least 3/5 Swedish players to be a valid playing roster throughout the tournament series.

Broadcast Details

The main stream for Forge of Heroes will be the official Phoenix Blue Twitch channel. We’re also happy to share that we’ll be able to feature a B-stream to show as many of the qualifier games as possible. The B-stream is organized by Projekt Gap and can be found on their official Twitch channel. You can find the tournament coverage as soon as each tournament starts and we hope to see you there cheering your favourite teams on.

Prize Pool

The prize pool will be split amongst the top 2 teams with €2,000 being awarded to the first place team and €1,000 going to the runnner-up.

So what are you waiting for? It’s time to sign up and land some headshots.


This competition is not affiliated with or sponsored by Riot Games, Inc. or VALORANT Esports.

Phoenix Blue is announcing PXB Masters, a two-day League of Legends tournament for the Swedish scene. 

The event features a €2,500 prize pool being competed for in a double elimination bracket covered by some of the best in the industry. If your team consists of at least 3/5 Swedish players, your team is eligible to compete.

Sign up now:

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Phoenix Blue stands proud to be hosting PXB: Online as the third event in the S.A.M.E. circuit lineup.

PXB: Online is an online three-day event packed to the brim with competitive Super Smash Bros. Melee content. The event will include Singles and Doubles brackets, an event-wide matchmaking ladder, national crews battling it out, AND a special Smash Sisters event.

Official event streams will be broadcasted on Beyond the Summit’s Twitch channels BTSSmash and BTSSmash2 by the eminent GeekyGoonSquad and PhoenixSmash.

Registrations are open until March 23, 11:59 pm GMT so get your entry fees sorted right away to avoid missing out on the action!


2020 has been a challenging year for everybody, and we’re no different. However, Phoenix Blue have tried to adapt to the best of our ability, and to provide as much value to our members as humanly possible. As we close the books on the 2020-2021 year of operations, it’s time to invite all of our members to the annual meeting.

The annual meeting is the best opportunity for you as a member to make your voice heard, and to set the tone for what you wish Phoenix Blue should focus on going forward.
Therefore, we are pleased to welcome you to the 4th annual meeting in our history.

The meeting will take place in the PXB Community Discord, to which you can gain access by clicking the following link:
The meeting will start at 4 PM on Saturday, February 6th, and run for however long is necessary to make all required decisions.

We hope to see you there.

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We are pleased to welcome you here, to our new home. Not only is the perfect domain for us, it’s also where you’ll find everything you need to know about our organization. Whether it’s Super Smash Bros. tournaments, live broadcasts or intriguing esport news, this is where you’ll find it!

The website is still under construction, so please be patient with us. Should you find any quirks or anything you’d like to see changed, don’t hesitate to reach out to us on Twitter, Facebook or through email at info[at]phoenix[dot]gg

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On December 21, Destination Jönköping announced that Martina Bohl will be taking on the role as project manager for the new, extended venture with Dreamhack that was announced in December.  Jönköping continues to profile itself as “The City of Dreamhack” and this is clearly another step on that very same path.

Who is Martina, you might ask?
Martina is an educated journalist at Södra Vätterbygdens folkhögskola. After a few years within the Hall Media group she educated herself further to “operative digital communicator”. After her education she has been employed as a communicator and project manager at the municipality of Jönköping as well as development company SMUAB. Her last employment was project manager at the marketing department of Jönköping municipality.

These are Martina’s first words after the announcement:

– It’s going to be incredibly exciting to take on a project that will be such a positive effect on the municipality, the city of Jönköping and Dreamhack. To be able to create new initiatives but also preserve the ideas and passion that already exists, and work together to create a city that lives and breathes Dreamhack all year long. I’m looking forward to take lead in the development of the digital culture in the municipality.


Phoenix Blue welcome Martina to her new role and wish her the best of luck.