Last weekend has seen quite some action for Wolves eSports and our players in different games with equally great results – Time for a recap. We’ve had Benjamin “wusi” Baye attend the Albion 2 Super Smash Bros event in the United Kingdom, the new DotA 2 team play the ESL Go4DotA Europe #118, our FIFA players in the FIFA Sunday Madness Cup Germany, and last but not least our Hearthstone players battle it out for the top ranks in June’s EU Ladder.

Super Smash Bros.:
The United Kingdom, more specifically London, was the goal for our smash player Benjamin “wusi” Baye to attend the Albion 2 event. Filled with great players from all over Europe it was meant to be one of the bigger events this year and with 308 participants in the Singles competition it certainly has been. With a 7-1 set record and 15-3 games he took first place in his group to move on to the 64 player bracket. There, he went on to the Winners Quarter-Final where he went down 0-3 against Glutonny, who then went on to win the event. Wusi however managed to reach the top 8 through the Lower Bracket, finishing the event on a great 7th place.

DotA 2:
The debut appearance for the new Wolves eSports DotA 2 team was the ESL Go4DotA Europe Cup #118 where they managed to reach the final in a breeze to face “Team Moriarty”. The final opponent however was a mountain they’ve not been able to climb after the early game was decent and both teams were even. Still, great performance in their first tournament for Wolves.

FIFA 17:
The weekly German Sunday Madness Cup has seen two Wolves fight for glory on the pitch and with Sebastian “iBastinho” Holsten & Alexander “alexklarman” Schmausz both of them reached the quarter finals where Alexander lost his match to finish 5-8th. Sebastian managed to win the cup in a final where he faced GOOKU who has some decent results in the German Championship and the 2016 ESWC under his belt.

Hearthstone:
The monthly ladder came to an end during the night from Friday to Saturday and one of our players, Albert “Trebzilla” Sillem, finished it on a good 11th place, netting him 8 Hearthstone Championship Tour points.

We surely hope that all teams and players can keep up their great performances in the future! GGWP this weekend!

 

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