ORDER win WESG APAC Regional Finals
ORDER triumph over MVP PK 2-0 in the grand final of WESG 2017 Asia-Pacific Regional Finals (19-17 de_train and 16-10 de_nuke).
Held at the Fangyuan Sports Center in Jiaozhou, Qingdao, China from January 11-14, the WESG 2017 Asia-Pacific Regional Finals (including female) witnessed 27 teams duke it out for the prize money and the World Finals' spots.
ORDER, who had two substitutes for the Chinese event in the form of Chiefs member Liam "malta" Schembri and Grayhound's Callum "BURNRUOk" Henderson, kicked off their debut with a second place finish in Group A following a 16-13 loss on Mirage to the Koreans.
The mixed Australian roster went on to beat LEOPARD 2-0 in Round of 12, MAX 2-1 in the quarter-final, and NSPR 2-0 in the semis. Led by the highest rated player of the event (of 1.40), Jay "Liazz" Tregillgas' side successfully completed their revenge against ex-WeMade Fox member Keun-Chul "solo" Kang and company in the grand final.
Full standings for WESG 2017 Asia-Pacific Regional Finals:
1. ORDER - $40,000 + WESG 2017 World Finals spot
2. MVP PK - $20,000 + WESG 2017 World Finals spot
3. BOOT-d[S] - $10,000 + WESG 2017 World Finals spot
4. NSPR - $6,500 + WESG 2017 World Finals spot
5-8. Parallax - $4,000 + WESG 2017 World Finals spot
5-8. Recca - $4,000 + WESG 2017 World Finals spot
5-8. New4 - $4,000 + WESG 2017 World Finals spot
5-8. MAX - $4,000 + WESG 2017 World Finals spot
9-10. SCARZ Absolute - WESG 2017 World Finals spot
9-10. EMC - WESG 2017 World Finals spot
13-16. Fire Dragoon
Full standings for WESG 2017 Asia-Pacific Regional Finals Female:
1. Etab - $10,000 + WESG 2017 World Finals Female spot
2. Asterisk fe - $4,000 + WESG 2017 World Finals Female spot
3. K23 fe - $2,000
4. No IdeA
5-8. Kings fe
5-8. LeetPro fe
5-8. Powar Rangirls
The current team list for WESG 2017 World Finals in March is as follows:
For the female's World Finals, here is the updated list:
|Russian Forces||Dynasty fe|
The next WESG events on the way are the North America Regional Finals (general and female) and South America Regional Finals (general and female), which is all set to take place online from February 2-5.
Photo courtesy of WESG and cnFrag's Denis Chu and Renyi Jun