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ALGS Championship Report

POSTED BY Grauling June 28, 2021

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With the Apex Legends Global Series Championship done, we are here with a great recap!

With the previous roster disbanding, we had lost our qualification spot to the ALGS Championship, and we only had one chance to make it through.

The Last Chance Qualifier consisted of a top 8 qualification, and both Brans and Elysium came in with a statement. We Started with a 15 kill win and kept the hype going through the whole tournament, the new team showed great determination and finished the LCQ in 1st place.

Once in finals we had our focus on the biggest tournament of the year, the best teams in the region competing for $176.000 USD as initial prize pool but a total of $338.000+ due to skins revenue share added across all regions.

The tournament started with 12 rounds in the group stage, top 1 of each group and top 17 overall made it through finals.

We lead group B from the start, and qualified directly to finals with 161 points, making us the second-place team overall, it was a great first step for the tournament and we were feeling confident for the final challenge.

Now in finals we had a good start on the games, getting very close to the 50 point “Match-point” range in round 5, but a fight at the wrong place costs us precious needed points. We continued moving forward and tried to get the needed win to be crowned South American Champions, we were not able to close the last 2 rounds and in the end Paradox Esports beat us to it.

We finished the tournament in 6th place overall, taking home a $10.000 USD prize pool.

This roster has proven its great potential, we will make some adjustments and keep improving for the next competitive season.

See you soon.

BR

Com o Apex Legends Global Series Championship feito, estamos aqui com uma grande recapitulação!

Com o desmantelamento da equipe anterior, tínhamos perdido nossa vaga de qualificação para o Campeonato ALGS, e só tivemos uma chance de conseguir passar.

O Last Chance Qualifier consistia em uma classificação entre os 8 primeiros, e tanto Brans como Elysium, os novos jogadores, chegaram com determinação. Começamos com uma sére de 15 eliminações e mantivemos o entusiasmo durante todo o torneio, a nova equipe mostrou grande potencial e terminou o LCQ em 1º lugar.

Uma vez nas finais, tivemos nosso foco no maior torneio do ano, as melhores equipes da região competindo por $176.000 USD como prêmio inicial, mas um total de $338.000+ devido à participação da receita da skins vendidas adicionada em todas as regiões.

O torneio começou com 12 rodadas na fase de grupos, o primeiro colocado de cada grupo e os 17 melhores no total chegaram até as finais.

Lideramos o grupo B desde o início e nos classificamos diretamente para as finais com 161 pontos, fazendo de nós o segundo lugar no geral, foi um grande primeiro passo para o torneio e nos sentimos confiantes para o desafio final.


Agora, nas finais, tivemos um bom início de jogo, chegando muito perto dos 50 pontos “Match-point” na 5ª rodada, mas uma luta no lugar errado nos custa preciosos pontos necessários. Continuamos avançando e tentamos obter a vitória necessária para sermos coroados Campeões Sul-Americanos, não conseguimos fechar as duas últimas rodadas e no final a Paradox Esports garantiu o título.

Terminamos o torneio em 6º lugar no total, levando para casa um prêmio de $10.000 USD.

Essa nova formação provou seu grande potencial, faremos alguns ajustes e continuaremos melhorando para a próxima temporada competitiva.

Nos vemos em breve.

About Team Singularity:

Team Singularity, recently acquired by Rightbridge Ventures, launched in 2016 as a grassroots operation and has grown into a premier esports organization with professional teams competing in Fortnite, Counter-Strike: Global Offensive, Rocket League, League of Legends, FIFA22, Apex Legends and more.

The company is focused on talent development and is the leading player talent incubator in esports. Team Singularity has the largest path2pro esports academy in the world with over 10,000 active amateur players making their way to become the next pro player in esports.

Team Singularity is home to more than 100 players and staff members from more than 30 different countries.

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