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GLL Season 4 Finals Report

POSTED BY Webmaster March 14, 2020

After one of the hardest and close qualifiers we have faced, we could finally take a breath. We had done it, qualified by 1 point, with everything being decided on the last match. It was a dream come true, and hard work payed off.

The initial idea was to bootcamp in Sweden and get used to the time zone and weather before the tournament, but unfortunately due to the short time between the qualifiers and the event it was not possible. Even then we felt calmed and colected, we had played some of this teams before in the 303 online Pro League and now it was time to beat them again in a LAN.

The day had come, and we won the 1st game of the tournament, giving us a huge confidence boost and setting up for success. It was a great first day, last time we were in Stockholm we couldn’t play our game, but this time we had figure out a way to do it, and we ended the first day in 4th place in a very tight leaderboard.

The tournament continued and we kept slaying, having a few mistakes but pulling through overall. Won game 3 on the second day with a stunning performance by kODAk1d, and we managed to gather enough points for a top 5 endin, being only 5 points away from 2nd place. We were ready for the last day and focused on taking it all.

Last day comes, and it was very unlucky for us. We couldn’t find a win to leave the pack behind and solidify our place at the top. In the last match we were still in top 5, but the 2 teams behind us racked up more points than we did, and we ended in the tournament in 7th place.

Downer, but still a big accomplishment for Team Singularity and LATAM. From 15th place last time we visited Stockholm, to 7th. Going toe to toe with some of the best teams in the world was a great experience. We learned a lot and are hungry for more, there is still more of us to show and our motivation is only growing, we’ll be back for Season 5 and so much more.

Manuel “Lampago” Castro, PUBG Manager.

Después de uno de los torneos más difíciles y pegados que hemos jugado, por fin pudimos respirar. Lo habíamos logrado, clasificamos por 1 punto, con todo decidido en la última partida. Era un sueño hecho realidad, y el trabajo duro dio frutos.

La idea inicial era hacer un bootcamp en Suecia para acostumbrarnos al clima y a la zona horaria antes del evento. Desafortunadamente no se pudo hacer debido al corto tiempo entre clasificatorias y el evento.

Aun así, estábamos tranquilos y centrados, ya habíamos jugado contra algunos de estos equipos anteriormente en la 303 Pro league y era hora de ganarles de nuevo, ahora en una LAN.

Había llegado el día y ganamos la primera partida del torneo, lo que nos dio un impulso de confianza y nos estableció para el éxito. Fue un gran primer día, la última vez que estuvimos en Estocolmo no pudimos jugar nuestro juego, pero esta vez habíamos encontrado la manera de hacerlo, y terminamos el primer día en 4to puesto en una tabla muy pegada.

El torneo continuo y seguimos dominando, hubo un par de errores, pero pudimos seguir adelante. Ganamos la partida 3 del segundo día con un grandioso desempeño de kODAk1d, y conseguimos suficientes puntos para mantener el top 5, a solo 5 puntos del 2ndo puesto. Estábamos listos para el último día y concentrados en tomarlo todo.

El último día llega, y no fue para nosotros. No pudimos ganar una partida para dejar al resto atrás y solidificar nuestro puesto en lo más alto. En la última partida seguíamos en top 5 pero los 2 equipos detrás de nosotros consiguieron más puntos y terminamos el torneo en puesto 7.

Triste, pero un gran logro para Team Singularity y para LATAM. De 15avos la última vez que visitamos Estocolmo a 7ptimos. Estando a nivel parejo con unos de los mejores equipos del mundo fue una gran experiencia. Aprendimos mucho y estamos hambrientos por más, hay mucho de nosotros para mostrar y nuestra motivación solo sigue creciendo. Estaremos de vuelta para la Season 5 y mucho más.

Manuel “Lampago” Castro, PUBG Manager.

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.

About GamerTech™:

GamerTech (GT) brings disruptive products, technology-based gamer wearables, and advanced apparel solutions to market, focused explicitly on gamers and esports athletes to boost performance, amplify experience, and enhance their overall wellness. GT is a startup within MAS Innovation, a subsidiary of MAS Holdings - the most prominent apparel tech manufacturer in South Asia, with over 118,000 employees across 17 countries and a turnover of USD 2 billion, strongly focusing on apparel-based innovations. MAS Innovation ranked 18th among the world's best workplaces for innovators, conducted by Fast Company in 2022, and placed in Clarivate's highly prestigious Asian innovators list in 2021 and 2022.