Alliance Tournament XIX Wrap-up

by EVE Online Team1:01pm on Thursday 30th November 2023

Competitive capsuleers,

With the end of the year drawing close, it's time to wrap up all things Alliance Tournament XIX-related for this year and look to the following year.



You can find the Alliance Tournament monument over in the system of Manarq, featuring the latest addition, the alliance logo of Fraternity.

Just in case you missed the finals – Fraternity. under the captaincy of Fubuki Waifu, after a howling best-of-five final, going to the full five matches against The Tuskers Co., came away as this year's winners. Congratulations to them!

The top finishing teams will be rewarded with Alliance Tournament prize ships as follows:


Number of Shapash + Cybele


40 + 40

The Tuskers Co.

20 + 20


16 + 16


12 + 12


8 + 8

White Flag.

8 + 8

Boundary Experts

6 + 6

Templis CALSF

6 + 6


4 + 4


4 + 4

Odin's Call

4 + 4

Platinum Sensitivity.

4 + 4


2 + 2

No Vacancies.

2 + 2

Till Doomsday

2 + 2


2 + 2

Ships and SKINS are starting delivery today!


The teams have worked hard on the prize ships and were added during today's patch! These new ships and the Gallente Victory SKINs are being distributed to the hangers of alliance executors (and, in a few circumstances, some of the captains) of the winning teams later today over in Jita 4-4!

We also revised the prize pool for the Gallente Victory SKINs this year, where winning during the feeders' tournament also awarded you a SKIN. This year's final tally of SKINs is a whopping 1060 across 38 unique teams.

Talking of prize ships, let us introduce those too:

Shapash - Assault Frigate


Cybele - Assault Cruiser


The IGC took on board some additional feedback based on the original designs, and additional modifications were made during the ship's final construction. We look forward to seeing what all the tournament teams do with them.

Subtle Visuals - Reverse-ballast tech

The Gallente take pride in their ships' aesthetic design, with a true blend of form and function, which carries true with their latest ships. The full description for both ships can be read below, which details how the design and onboard technology were developed:

Shapash PlateCybele Plate

The latest technology installed on these ships, the "reverse-ballast function," has a subtle visual effect on the ship as well, becoming steadily brighter depending on the ship's velocity.

Alliance Tournament XX arriving in 2024!


In case you missed it as well - we announced the Alliance Tournament will return next year for the big twenty a few months back at Fanfest!

We have big plans in progress for the next Alliance Tournament; those of you who attended the panel at Fanfest heard some of the things we have planned for it, too. We had great fun experimenting with new visuals this year, and the twentieth tournament is a significant milestone to reach, so we're already working to make it one of the most memorable tournaments on record.

With all that, we would like to thank all those who contributed or tuned in during this year's Alliance Tournament; you all helped make it happen. Finally, a special thanks to our partners at EVE_NT, all their crew, and all their volunteer students, who, once again, pulled off a fantastic show!


But don't worry; if you enjoy competitive play and you're hungry to sink your teeth into more tournaments, there have already been a few requests for support for events next year, which will be starting their review and scoping process shortly, so you'll no doubt be hearing more about those soon, too!

Until then, we'll see you in space! o7