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Meet GWENT Challenger #2 champion!

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  • Meet GWENT Challenger #2 champion!



    Congratulations to Frederick “Freddybabes” Bird for winning the December 2017 GWENT Challenger #2 tournament!

    Last weekend, 8 of the best players of GWENT Masters were fighting for their share of the $100,000 prize pool in the beautiful Moszna castle in Poland, which has been transformed into a royal Nilfgaardian stronghold. The tournament’s winner also claimed the GWENT Challenger winner’s ring and the right to compete in the grand finale of GWENT Masters — the 2019 GWENT World Masters.

    Freddybabes advanced to the final after managing to pull off a 3:1 win against J0rah, runner-up of GWENT Open #1, and an impressive 3:0 win against Lifecoach, GWENT Challenger #1 champion and one of the best card players in the world. His opponent in the final was a Wild Card player Kolemoen, who eliminated top Pro Ladder player Adzikov in the quarterfinal, and a runner-up of GWENT Open #2 TailBot in the semifinal.

    Freddybabes’ expert passing game in a series of mirror matches allowed him to defeat Kolemoen 3:0 and take home the ring, as well as the title of the December 2017 GWENT Challenger winner. It was also his second triumph in a row, as he previously won the November 2017 GWENT Open #2!

    Here are the tournament’s final standings:

    FINALISTS
    Frederick “Freddybabes” Bird (United Kingdom) — TOURNAMENT WINNER — $68,750
    Benjamin “Kolemoen” Pfannstiel (Germany) — $14,000

    SEMIFINALISTS
    Damian “TailBot” Kaźmierczak (Poland) — $9,750
    Adrian “Lifecoach” Koy (Germany) — $5,000

    QUARTERFINALISTS
    Elias “Shaggy” Sagmeister (Austria) — $1,250
    Magnus “J0rah” Botscher (Germany) — $1,250
    Raffael “GameKingAT” Iciren (Austria) — no share in pool
    Andrzej “Adzikov” Bal (Poland) — no share in pool


    Last edited by Dominika; 19-12-17, 10:04.

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    Well deserved victory for Freddy.

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