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WoW: Arena World Championship - These teams won!

Update 03 May:
The regional winners of Shadowlands Season 1 of the Arena World Championship have been announced! In the European games, Skill Capped was able to prevail with impressive dominance. First, they had clear 3-0 victories against Method EU and Creed. In the final they had to play Method again, but Maro, Asgarath and Co. continued where they had left off in the first round: They gained a clear lead. However, Chas, Thesia and Zunniyaki fought back, winning two games and forcing Skill Capped into a sixth match. You can watch the thrilling finale here:

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WoW: Arena World Championship - Tournament schedule of the finals of Season 1, EU region with all results. Source: Blizzard
Things weren't quite as clear-cut in the North American finals. Method NA has already suffered three losses on their way to the finals. In the finals against Cloud9, they lost three more. In the end Brain, Ceralium and Drake could close the bag. Of course you can watch all the games in the video:

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WoW: Arena World Championship - Tournament schedule for the finals of Season 1, Region US with all results. Source: Blizzard
The winners can look forward to golden medals and prize money of 50,000 US dollars each. Congratulations!

Original post from April 27:
This weekend, the finals of the inaugural WoW Shadowlands Arena World Championship season will take place. Four teams each from Europe and North America will compete for the regional championship title and a hefty prize purse. All the details are below.


Out of over 200 teams from Cup 1, only four teams from Europe and North America remain. The deciding match is about to begin! This weekend, the top four teams from each region of the AWC Circuit will compete against each other for their share of the $200,000 prize pool and the regional championship title. Watch all the PvP action on YouTube.com/Warcraft starting at 19:00 CEST on Saturday.

Season 1 finals details

  • Venue: Online - YouTube.com/Warcraft
  • Dates: EU - Saturday, May 1 / NA - Sunday, May 2.
  • Start of broadcast: 19:00 CEST
  • Prize pool: 200,000 USD total, 100,000 USD per region
  • Format: 3vs3, Best of 5 / Best of 7 in the final rounds
  • The four EU teams: Skill Capped, Method EU, Reload Esports, Creed
  • The four US teams: Cloud9, Golden Guardians, Method NA, OTK
  • Streams in different languages on YouTube:
    • English
    • German
    • Portuguese (LatAm)
    • Spanish (EU)

Tournament Schedule of the Finals

Here's a look at which teams will face off first and what happens next.
WoW: Arena World Championship - Tournament Schedule of the Season 1 Finals, EU Region. Source: Blizzard WoW: Arena World Championship - Tournament Schedule of the Season 1 Finals, US Region. Source: Blizzard


How does it look: Are you excited for the upcoming Esports event, or do the Arena matches leave you cold? Let us know in the comments!

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