Tezca dominates in one region, and Asuri is the top choice in the other one
Europe is packed with powerful Brawlhalla players. Basically, the World Championship 2022 was mostly a competition between Europe and North America.
South America is also a very strong region. It seems like only difficulties with traveling prevent these players from being present all over big international events.
Brawlhalla online tournaments break all the limitations, and we are free to enjoy exciting matches worldwide.
DashFight has already published recaps of Brawlhalla Winter Championship 2023 in Australia and Southeast Asia. and North America. Here we highlight competition in Europe and South America.
Europe | Brawlhalla Winter Championship 2023 | Stream, Top 8
Feb 4, 2023
This tournament turned out to be pretty unique. Not only did the best player in Europe not reach his usual Top 2, but also, everyone was defeated by an unstoppable newest Legend.
Godly entered the Top 8 part through the lower bracket and could not pass through Neeze — or dare we say through Tezca of Neeze. Even switching from Asuri to Xull did not help the European titan.
Meanwhile, Neeze also fell victim to the Mexican wrestler. Macheeeete played the newest addition to the Brawlhalla roster and confidently defeated deffy in the Semi-Final and Neeze in the Winners Final.
In the Grand Final, Neeze tried mirroring Tezca, but even that did not help.
Macheeeete is European Brawlhalla Winter Champion. Congratulations!
Brawlhalla Legends at Winter Championship 2023: Europe
South America | Brawlhalla Winter Championship 2023 | Stream, Top 8
Feb 4, 2023
It feels like Asuri is dominating the South American Brawlhalla scene. Four players played this Legend in all their Top 8 matches. And Kyna was one of them.
First, Kyna defeated Tezca of Fiend (destroying rumors that the wrestler is totally broken). In the Winners Final and the Grand Final, Kyna played against yüz, who stuck to Vector for a while but then started adapting to the annoying Asuri matchup.
In the Elimination Final yüz played Jaeyun, and that choice paid off against Asuri of SAC. For the match vs Kyna, yüz took Lin Fei — but did not win a game.
Kyna proved how strong Asuri is in Brawlhalla and became Winter Champion in South America. Congratulations!
Brawlhalla Legends at Winter Championship 2023: South America
One more stage of the Brawlhalla Winter Championship 2023 is right around the corner — the tournament in North America. Sure, we will have a recap of this event on DashFight too.
The next open tournament will be the Spring Championship in late March. Check out the full schedule of Brawlhalla Esports Year 8 here. Also, we will have a chance to enjoy offline Invitationals, and the strongest players from North America, Europe, and South America will be able to participate in them.