Starting in 2011, ArenaJunkies, Curse Gaming,  and Skill-Capped teamed up to present the NAO Invitationals to fill the gap left by Major League Gaming when they announce they would not be doing World of Warcraft Arena tournaments after 2010. The 2011 prize pool was only $1000, but was increased to $4000 in 2012.

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Called the "NAO Invitationals 2", Curse and Skill-Capped were joined by Logitech and E-Life PC as sponsors and increased the prize pool to $4000.

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