DPC South America has ended. The Peruvian team, Thunder Awaken, struck the tournament like lightning. They lost only one match in seven weeks and became champions.
Today we will take a look at what happened in the sixth week, the tiebreaker match, and the prize pool.
Thunder Awaken secures the first place in the sixth week
- Wolf Team 0 - 2 SG esports
- Infamous 2 - 0 Hokori
- Thunder Awaken 2 - 0 beastcoast
The rival of Infamous was Hokori. With the victory of SG esports, Hokori, who had no claim to stay in Division I, could not resist and lost 2-0. This win wasn't enough for Infamous to go to the Arlington Major. They finished in third place.
The most anticipated match of DPC SA Tour 3 Division I was Thunder Awaken vs beastcoast since it was for the first place. Thunder Awaken defeated their opponent quite easily, even winning the second game in just 15 minutes.
With this result, beastcoast and Infamous played a tiebreaker match for both the second place and the Arlington Major.
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Beastcoast got the Arlington Major ticket
- beastcoast 2 - 0 Infamous
Although Infamous faced beastcoast dreaming of Arlington Major, they could not reverse expectations. Having won both of the first two games, beastcoast became the second team from DPC SA to qualify for the Arlington Major.
|1st||Thunder Awaken||$30,000||Arlington Major/Division I||500|
|2nd||beastcoast||$28,000||Arlington Major/Division I||300|
|5th||SG esports||$25,000||Division I||50|
|6th||Wolf Team||$24,000||Division I||-|
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