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Brawl Stars World Finals: August Qualifier Update

Brawl Stars World Finals Qualifier

The race for the Brawl Stars World Finals is tightening. While some teams have already won their ticket to the big tournament where $1 million will be at stake, others are still battling it out. Time is running out and it's the final stretch! There are only two monthly finals left (September and October) which award precious qualification points.

The leaderboard for the Brawl Stars World qualification.
The global leaderbord.

Teams already qualified for the Brawl Stars World Finals

We already know the identity of 5 qualifiers. We will have the pleasure to support the French team CODEMAGIC Purple of the two French players SunBentley and TwistiTwik.

  • South America: INTZ (Brazil) ;
  • APAC (Asia Pacific): Jupiter (Japan) and PSG Esports (Singapore);
  • Mainland China: Nova China;
  • Europe, Middle East and Africa: CODEMAGIC Purple (France).

With their qualification in the bag, they can already concentrate on their preparation for the Brawl Stars World Finals while waiting serenely for their last 3 opponents. We knew it almost already in our last item, but PSG is sending its team to the World Championships again this year.

A French player who has qualified for the Brawl Stars World Finals.
There will be French people to support in these world championships!

2 seats for 3 in Europe

Even though the region is officially called EMEA, there are really only European teams to compete at the moment. It is also the most important region in the world, as it sends 3 representatives to the Brawl Stars World Finals. Behind CODEMAGIC Purple, who are assured of a top 3 finish thanks to the points they have accumulated, there are still 2 places up for grabs.

QLASH EU (310 points)and SK Gaming (300 points) have put an option on qualification. But they will only play in one of the last two monthly finals. Tribe Gaming (270 points) has its fate in its own hands, as it will play in September and October (a minimum of 60 additional points). The triangular match-up promises to be particularly close and the calculators will have to be pulled out at the end.

https://twitter.com/Brawl_esports/status/1299036455528837121
A summary of the issues at stake at the end of the season.

A final duel in NA

North America is only sending one representative to the Brawl Stars World Finals, so the race to qualify is very close. The duel between Tempo Storm (USA) and Omen Elite (Canada) is still undecided, as both teams have 220 and 210 points respectively. They are both very evenly matched and will both be competing in the last monthly finals of the year. The pressure will be on and they will have to do better than their direct competitors!

The monthly finals will therefore be extremely interesting to follow. But beyond the points and the qualification, there will also be some great play!

Tipsalewo
Tipsalewo A cocktail of mobile gaming,esport and K-PoP. Not tryhard enough to become a pro player, I am content with being the minstrel who tells the stories.

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