Fluxo — Champion CCT South America Series 3perepelovsky
CCT South America Series 3 has come to an end. As part of the competition, which was held online from November 24 to December 7, 24 teams from South America and Brazil competed for a total prize pool of $25,000. The winner of the tournament was the Fluxo team, which beat Sharks Esports 2:1 in the grand final (Dust 2 - 11:16; Vertigo - 16:4; Mirage - 16:13).
The championship for the Brazilian team began with an invitation to the playoffs, where they quickly dealt with Paquetá Gaming (2:0) and Isurus (2:0). In the semi-final, Fluxo managed to outplay FUSION (2:1), thanks to which she got into the grand final.
The decisive battle of the tournament started on the Dust 2 map, which became the choice of Fluxo. However, here the favorite failed to show his maximum, and did not reveal himself in the attack. After switching sides, Sharks Esports quickly dotted all the "i" to take the lead in the series - 16:11.
Next, the teams moved to the Vertigo map, which turned out to be the choice of Sharks Esports. Here the situation turned upside down, as Fluxo immediately took the initiative and quickly equalized the score in the series - 16:4.
Everything was decided on the Mirage map, which has already passed in an equal fight. And yet, in the very ending, Fluxo managed to show composure to close the series in their favor and become the winner of CCT South America Series 3 - 16:13.
CCT South America Series 3 Results
- 1st place: Fluxo - $11,000
- 2nd place: Sharks Esports — $5,000
- 3rd-4th place: Boca Juniors Gaming and FUSION — $2,500
- 5th-8th place: Meta Gaming, 9z Team, FURIA Academy and Isurus — $1,000
- 9th-16th place: Paquetá Gaming, INTZ, TropiCaos, ex-Daotsu Esports, Arctic eSports, SWS Gaming, The Union and ODDIK
- 17th-19th place: WINDINGO, MIBR Academy and Rehl Esports
- 20th-22nd place: Los Grandes Academy, Hype E-Sports and Liberty
- 23rd-24th place: B4 Esports Academy and Corinthians Esports Academy