Angry Birds is coming to the esports scene with a new title aimed at competitive play.
Dubbed Angry Birds Champions, Games Industry reports the new game will allow players to pay an entry fee to enter competitions for the chance at winning a cash prize.
Typically, the fee is under $1 and winners are credited around $4 for their victory. Players can also opt out of the payment and compete, but will not be awarded a cash prize.
Champions is being developed by Angry Birds creator Rovio Entertainment in conjunction with WorldWinner, which is already known for work on skill-based tournament desktop games such as Tetris Burst and Bejeweled.