Infamous to meet J.Storm, Neon Esports faces Royal Never Give Up in WePlay! Tug of War: Dire Super Final series

Infamous to meet J.Storm, Neon Esports faces Royal Never Give Up in WePlay! Tug of War: Dire Super Final series

The decisive battles with the regional Super Final series are ahead

Friday night gave small finals to WePlay! Tug of War: Dire viewers and we already know who turned out to be the on the top in their region. Within a few hours we will witness the main Super Final series in the Asian and American brackets. Two winners of WePlay! Tug of War: Dire will get the slots to the LAN-final of the third tournament of this series — WePlay! Tug of War: Mad Moon with a total prize pool of $300,000.

Unfortunately, during the American bracket finals paiN Gaming and Infamous failed to make an agreement about servers, so Infamous received a defwin and was considered the winner of the match. Meanwhile, the rest six teams have managed to define

J.Storm vs beastcoast — 2:1. J.Storm had an unsuccessful draft in the second map, but the North American team played to the end, "stretching" the game to a half-hour mark. But Resolut1on got Drow Ranger in the decisive meeting, the "old man" Fear - meta Sven, and Nine - Morphling. J.Storm finished the series with the score 2:1 and reached the Super Finals of the regional bracket, where Infamous are already waiting for them. Now they just have to choose the right server.


EVOS Esports vs Neon Esports — 0:2. The more we watch Neon Esports matches, the more clearly we understand that the team has no rivals in their region. The next "dry" 2:0 for the Philippine team, this time EVOS Esports became the victims of the "neon" bright light. Rafael "Rapy" Sicat Palo from Neon Esports previously mentioned that this tournament had the top teams in Southeast Asia and playing with these guys gave Neon Esports a big opportunity. According to Rapy, the team works a lot more on their game again, and wants to compete against the top teams in the region.


Royal Never Give Up vs Invictus Gaming — 2:1. RNG played out the best comeback of the day and approached the decisive map with high morale. And they won the series - that's what it means to "never give up"! Now Royal Never Give Up will have a champion best of 5 series with formidable Neon Esports, who got used to beat out their opponent with a "dry" 2:0 score.

The decisive battles with the regional Super Final series are ahead. By the end of the day we have the following results from these battles:

June, 2, Sunday:

00:00 CEST (15:00 PDT) — Preshow

01:00 CEST (16:00 PDT) — Infamous vs J.Storm (Bo5);

06:00 CEST (21:00 PDT) — Neon Esports vs Royal Never Give Up (Bo5).

The games will be broadcasted on WePlay!'s official Twitch channel.


For more details please visit WePlay! Esports.

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Source: WePlay! Esports Press Office

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