RLCS 2021-22 Winter Regionals have come to a close. Teams virtually broke their pedals in order to score as many World Championship points as possible.
The group rankings are now in place, and it's time to see which teams will advance to the Rocket League’s Winter Split Major.
Here’s the aftermath of RLCS 2021-22 Winter Regional for Group 2
RLCS 2021-22 - Winter: South America Regional Event 3
FURIA Esports came first with 351 points followed by eRa Eternity, EndGame, and Team Secret. These four teams moved on to the playoffs as the first four standings of their league. KRÜ Esports came out on top in their respective group but failed to take over Team Secret’s 4th standing with their overall RL Points. Ironically Team Secret will play in the playoffs in the loser's bracket.
RLCS 2021-22 - Winter: Europe Regional Event 3 - Copa de Rocket League
Team BDS were the winners of 351 Points in Regional Event 2 but failed to show the same performance this time, nevertheless they qualified to the Major in the winner’s bracket on the 3rd spot along with Team Queso, Dignitas and Endpoint CeX. Team Quesco won their overall regional event with the highest points.
RLCS 2021-22 - Winter: Asia-Pacific North Regional Event 3
Tokyo Verdy Esports, DeToNator, Nimmt55 and Hilltop Picnic advanced to the playoffs in the winner’s bracket.
Tokyo Verdy also came out on top in the Regional Event 2 and showed a consistent performance throughout the season.
RLCS 2021-22 - Winter: Sub-Saharan Africa Regional Event 3
Orlando Pirates Exdee, ATK, Bravado Gaming found themselves yet again at the top in their groups and qualified for the playoffs. Group D’s DNMK Esports also came out on top and Royalty managed to get the third spot on the prize pool but failed to get into the playoffs in the winner’s bracket.
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