Corsair has announced the second Vengeance Cup, an online gaming tournament with a $10,000 cash prize. The first tournament was played on Call of Duty 4, while the second will be played in League of Legends. Corsair is working with Esports Heaven to put on the tournament, and updates and live streams will be provided through a network of partner sites throughout the tournament. Registrations close today, and a maximum of 256 teams will be able to sign up, with the tournament starting on March 12. The $10,000 prize will be split among the top three teams. First place will take home $6,000, second will get $3,000, and third will get the remaining $1,000. The first Vengeance Cup was done in part to promote the release of the Vengeance series of gaming peripherals, but the success of the competition prompted Corsair to run another.