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ALGS World Championships Report

POSTED BY Mikey July 14, 2022

As ALGS is over we come away satisfied with the tournament. We showed our strength but were not able to secure the result that we hoped for. 

We came into the tournament with the hopes of proving our strength, we had strong results in SA and we were looking to prove our strength in front of the world. We had struggled in Sweden as we were forced to play as a duo but we managed to still show that we have what it takes.

After being very strong in the group stages with some wins and placing in the top 5 of each group we were hopeful. We finished 4th overall after groups showing that we have what it takes to compete with the best of the best. With this result we were confident going into the upper bracket.

Our upper bracket run wasn’t what we had hoped for after we missed out on the top 10 by just a few points. With this we moved into the lower round 2 where we hoped to bounce back. However, we continued to struggle in the lower round 2 and eventually fell again by just a few points and finishing 24th overall.

We hoped for a better result but we represented South America and proved that we have what it takes to take on the world. We will be back for more and next time taking home the trophy.

Whilst we would have liked more from the event, the team showed a lot of promise throughout. We are extremely proud of them for competing against the best of the best, and we will come back stronger than ever. Bring on Year 3 of ALGS.

– Curt Bottomley, Chief Gaming Officer

Relatório do Campeonato Mundial ALGS

Com o término do ALGS, saímos satisfeitos com o torneio. Mostramos nossa força, mas não conseguimos garantir o resultado que esperávamos. 

Entramos no torneio com a esperança de provar nossa força, tivemos bons resultados na África do Sul e queríamos provar nossa força diante do mundo. Tivemos dificuldades na Suécia, pois fomos forçados a jogar em dupla, mas conseguimos mostrar que temos o que é preciso.

Depois de estarmos muito fortes na fase de grupos com algumas vitórias e ficarmos entre os 5 primeiros de cada grupo, estávamos esperançosos. Terminamos em 4º no geral depois de grupos, mostrando que temos o que é preciso para competir com os melhores dos melhores. Com esse resultado, estávamos confiantes em ir para a chave superior.

Nossa classificação superior não foi o que esperávamos, depois que perdemos o top 10 por apenas alguns pontos. Com isso, passamos para a rodada inferior 2, onde esperávamos recuperar. No entanto, continuamos a lutar na segunda rodada e acabamos caindo novamente por apenas alguns pontos e terminando em 24º no geral.

Esperávamos um resultado melhor, mas representamos a América do Sul e provamos que temos o que é preciso para enfrentar o mundo. Voltaremos para mais e da próxima vez levaremos o troféu para casa.

Embora tivéssemos gostado mais do evento, a equipe se mostrou muito promissora. Estamos extremamente orgulhosos deles por competirem contra os melhores dos melhores, e voltaremos mais fortes do que nunca. Traga o Ano 3 da ALGS.

Curt Bottomley, diretor de jogos

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