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Who Are the Champions of the Latest eSports Tournaments?

In eSports, you never get bored. There is always something going on, whether that’s a seasonal event in your favorite event or a full eSport event ready to unfold.
If you check e-Sport news, you will notice that there are always some tournaments taking place. With the rise in popularity of eSports, more and more events are organized to help pro players win some money, but also keep fans entertained. The eSport tournaments 2022 schedule is quite busy, and although we still have a long way to go, several events have already taken place, and we have a few champions too.

FaZe Clan Won IEM Katowice 2022

After a difficult match against G2, FaZe Clan came out victorious with a 3-0 score. Even though Mirage was the most difficult map in the entire tournament, and it was very hard for FaZe to secure it early, they still ended up being the winners.
Not only did they win, but they also caused G2 to lose yet another tier-one championship. The last time G2 won one was in 2017.

Mero and Bugha Dominated FNCS Chapter 3 Season 1 Finals

Two of the truly outstanding players are Bugha and Mero. Kyle “Bugha” Giersdorf just claimed another Fortnite Champion Series title, this being his third consecutive one.
Together with Mero, he qualified for the FNCS Finals from the first Qualifier event. Although people knew that the two were going to do well in the tournament, nobody expected them to become champions. No duo was able to beat them. Bugha and Mero not only were strong, but they also covered each other when necessary, showing exemplary teamwork.

Runners-Up at RLCS Winter Major Finished by Team Queso

The RLCS Winter Major ended up with Team Queso finishing as runners-up. The Rocket League team was able to beat large names such as FaZe Clan, Spacestation, Evil Geniuses, Furia, and NRG. Then, in the last match of the event, they went against G2. Queso was able to take the first set 4-3, but G2 took the second one 4-2.
Even though Team Queso did not win, they made huge progress, and their performance has shown just how capable Queso is of potentially being a champion in the future.
Joyo, one of the players, spoke about the defeat on Twitter. He mentioned how emotional the loss made him and how sad he was that they lost against G2. However, he said he is proud of the team’s performance and appreciated people’s support.
Rise, the other player, also added: “I’m super proud of our performance regardless [of finishing second]. Obviously, it stings to go out this close, but our run was insane. GGs and congrats G2 Esports.”
The substitute player Noah also spoke about the matter, mentioning that this is just the beginning for the team. “To play like that through lowers with the crowd against them is something to be proud of,” Noah said. “This is just the beginning.”

Final Thoughts

Many popular e-Sport tournaments have taken place already, and more will unfold over the following months. Keep an eye on the schedule so you don’t miss anything.

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