World of Warcraft EU and NA Fall Cup #2 Winners Decided
World of Warcraft players have a lot of fun discovering the new content of Battle for Azeroth in both PVP and PVP modes. Those who appreciate the latter can put their skill to the test in battlegrounds and arenas, while learning valuable lessons from professional players. Opportunity presents itself once again, as the European and North American Fall Cups pit the best players against each other. Two such events have already concluded and there’s one more competition before the major event at BlizzCon.
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XRB to the Moon Win the Europe Fall Cup
The best World of Warcraft European players have completed over the weekend in the Fall Cup #2, the eighth regional cup. The result of this competition is important because it counts towards the Road to BlizzCon for 2018 and will provide the winners with coveted AWC points. Action started on Friday and unfolded over the course of three days, with the winners announced on Sunday evening.
XRB to the Moon were one of the teams who played straight in the quarterfinals and they won back-to-back series by 3-1. In the Winner’s finals they played against the Deleters and swept them in straight matches to set up the stage for an epic confrontation against Skill Capped Red. Their opponents had to claw their way to the final stage of the competition through the Loser’s brackets, after being defeated in the opening round. They were every able to win a single match and for their performance received $2800 and 150 points. The winners got $5000 and 225 points, while the team in 3rd collected $1600 + 100 points
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The Gosu Crew Outshine Method Orange in the NA – Fall Cup
In the North American Fall Cup, the number of teams was even higher, but only two of the 18 participating squads had to play in the opening round. These tournaments use a double elimination bracket with all matches being played in a best-of-five format. The grand final was the only one that could’ve required up to seven games, but this wasn’t eventually the case. That’s because The Gosu Crew were able to sweep Method Orange in four games, effectively wrapping up a stellar tournament.
The eventual winners played the most difficult matches before the playoffs, but lost no game from the quarterfinals onward. For their performance, they received $5000 and 225 qualification points, while the runners up had to settle for $2800 and 150 points. The prize distribution was the same in EU and NA Fall Cups which means that the players in the third and fourth places got $1600, respectively $600. AWC points were awarded to the top 12 teams and they determine who gets a seat at the BlizzCon.