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Update on the qualifiers for the Brawl Stars World Finals

Brawl Stars World Finals

The July Monthly Finals have delivered their verdict and awarded valuable points to the best teams of the month for the Brawl Stars Worlds Finals to be held in November 2020. Organised by Supercellthe tournament will gather the best teams in the world. We can hope to find some French players there!
The tournament will be divided into regions, places will be limited and the fight will be tough to represent your home region. The PSG EsportsIn Europe, a French team is currently in first place with 300 points.
In Europe, a French team is currently in first place. Indeed, the team CODEMAGIC Purple is in first position and has room to grow, as Europe will send 3 representatives to the World Championships.

A points system to qualify for the Brawl Stars World Finals

The World Championships of Brawl Stars World Championships will take place in November 2020. Until then, teams have to collect as many points as possible in the online qualifier and the monthly finals.
While it is still unclear whether the competition will take place online due to the Covid-19 pandemic, the announced cash prize is expected to remain unchanged: $1 million. No word yet on which teams will qualify for the finals, but the trends are beginning to emerge.
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The teams virtually qualified for the Brawl Stars World Finals

Brawl Stars World Finals leaderboards
The global leaderboard today.

Each region will not have the same number of representatives. It all depends on the size of the region and its potential. Here are the teams that are virtually qualified at the moment:

  • North and Latin America: Tempo Storm (170 points);
  • South America: INTZ (170 points) ;
  • Europe, Middle East and Africa: CODEMAGIC Purple (300 points), QLASH EU (250 points), SK Gaming (210 points);
  • Asia Pacific: Jupiter (300 points), PSG Esports (300 points);
  • Mainland China: TIG Infinity (40 points).

The winners of the last monthly finals in July

However, the provisional standings are still subject to change and there are still many points to be taken. Apart from Jupiter (Japan) and TIG Infinity (Mainland China), the latest winners(Omen Elite, Red Canids and Tribe Gaming) of the July monthly finals are not yet virtually qualified.
These organisations can still hope to build on their good momentum to overtake their regional rivals. The race for the Brawl Stars Worlds Finals promises to be another exciting one!

Tipsalewo
Tipsalewo A cocktail of mobile gaming,esport and K-PoP. Not tryhard enough to become a pro player, I am content with being the minstrel who tells the stories.

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