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Brawlhalla Spring Championship 2023: Europe and South America

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Brawlhalla Spring Championship 2023: Europe and South America
Exciting surprises and very tough matches

Unlike the matches in Australia and Southeast Asia, the Brawlhalla Spring Championship in Europe and South America did not finish with victory of the Winter Champions. 

In Europe, we could see the dominance of the old/new king and a great performance of an unexpected finalist. South America blessed us with one of the toughest fights in the whole Championship.

Europe | Brawlhalla Spring Championship 2023 | Stream, Top 8

It’s safe to say that we have two heroes at this tournament. One is obviously the winner (we are coming to that). And the second one is an unexpectedly successful competitor who managed to finish higher than many favorites.

Let’s not hide the elephant in the room. Godly was absolutely unstoppable at the Spring Championship. He lost no game till the Grand Final. And even then, he had only one game down.

Godly is the Spring Champion 2023 in Europe. Congratulations!

But who is the second hero? Sgrape surprised (almost) everyone with an incredible performance. The player entered the Top 8 part through the Winners bracket and had a clear victory against Macheeeete, the Winter 2023 Champion. The next victim of Sgrape was Neeze, another super strong opponent. 

Sgrape finished second in the tournament, and it’s definitely a great result!

Godly, Sgrape, and Neeze are three participants of the upcoming Spring Royale Invitational from Europe.

Brawlhalla Legends at Spring Championship Europe

7. KiXe

7. Blaze

5. Koko

5. Macheeeete


4. simpLe

3. Neeze

2. Sgrape

1. Godly

South America | Brawlhalla Spring Championship 2023 | Stream, Top 8

Kyna, the Winter Champion, pretty confidently defeated Fiend in the Winners Semi-Final. But then, he fell victim to yüz — with not many chances for another result.

yüz defeated SAC (his replacement at the Winter Royale, who performed really great at that tournament). And yeah, the path to the Grand Final was quite cheerful for this player.

Meanwhile, Wesley (also known as Wess) had a super run in the lower side. After defeating three opponents, Wesley faced Kyna, and the victory for him wasn’t easy at all. Still, an even tougher match happened a bit later.

It’s totally worth mentioning the performance of lores in the lower bracket. In the match against ian, the player clutched from a 1:3 stock situation, having rather orange health. And the general performance of this guy was just awesome.

The Grand Final was absolutely amazing, super close and tough. In the first match, Wesley cleverly switched from Tezca to Orion to use Lance against swords of Jaeyun — and it worked perfectly… for a while.

In the Grand Final Reset, yüz demonstrated such mastery of Greatsword! He successfully built damage and was a bit better at landing finishing hits.

yüz is the Brawlhalla Spring Champion in South America. Congratulations!

Brawlhalla Legends at Spring Championship South America

7. Power

7. ian

5. SAC

5. Fiend

4. lores

3. Kyna

2. Wesley


1. yüz

North America was the last region in the Single section of the Brawlhalla Spring Championship.

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