Noxcrew has announced that Minecraft Championship 15, or MCC 15, will be held on July 25. The event will fall on Saturday again, and so far it seems that the start time, format and rough end time will all remain the same as usual.
The opening show will start at 14:00 CT and will run for approximately two hours with eight game modes and then the final face-off. The various games that will be played include Decision Dome, Ace Race, Battle Box, Big Sales at Built Mart, Hole in the Wall, Parkour Tag, TGTTODAWSAF, Sky Battle and Survival Games. The grand finale will be the game Dodgebolt.
The lists of competitors have not yet been published, but we will follow all announcements and inform you about current teams.
How to track MCC 15
In fact, you have several options when it comes to tracking an event. You can tune in to Noxcrew Twitch Channel where it will stream, or you can watch individual pairs of any of the participants.
The best way to watch it, even if you can’t watch it live, is MCC.liver, a specially created website that will track all the winners and track the entire event. If you’d prefer to watch an individual stream of your favorite streamer, you’ll find all the Twitch links on MCC.live.