Fruit Ninja Tournament Edition is set to be revealed at Amazon's Champions of Fire eSports tournament in Las Vegas, Nevada on December 2. Little is known about the game, but it is supposed to be Halfbrick's "first step into the casual PVP / e-sport scene," according to Touch Arcade. Fruit Ninja Tournament Edition also "promises to deliver the fastest, juiciest PVP experience on mobile."
Halfbrick is currently accepting applications for beta testers at fruitninja.com. All you need is a supported iPhone or Android device and a working email to apply. You also must me 13 years or older.
Amazon's new eSports tournament will feature sixteen professional gamers competing in a single-elimination tournament for $100,000 in total prizes across five different non-traditonal games. Thise games will include: Disney Crossy Road, Pac-Man 256, Bloons TD Battles, 8 Ball Pool, and Fruit Ninja Tournament Edition.