The third and final split of Season 4 in the Smite Oceanic Pro League kicks off this weekend, following a major upset in the Mid Year Finals.

The split features six teams – Legacy Esports, Mingyu’s Minions, Dark Sided, Kanga Esports, SIN Gaming, and Red Rocket – vying for a piece of its AU$35,000 prize pool over a five week competition.

The season will culminate in a major LAN event.

The top three teams will get a seat at the Oceania Championship, the winner of which heads to the World Championships in early January next year.

A Challenger’s Cup will run parallel to the Pro League, and the winner of that will take on the bottom three teams from the Pro League for the final spot at the Oceania Championship.

You can check out this weekend's action on the official Hi-Rez Twitch channel.

Smite Oceanic Pro League Split 3 begins this weekend