The best players unite to win this team competition
We are still full of excitement about 1v1 matches of the Winter Championship, and the fun continues — with 2v2 fights. What type of Brawlhalla esports do you enjoy more?
Doubles tournaments are as tense as Singles, even if the game doesn't have specific team mechanics (like MultiVersus has).
Let’s enjoy five Grand-Finals from five traditional regions.
Australia | Brawlhalla Winter Championship Doubles | Stream, Grand Final
Vay / Hypka had close and tough matches against Doggo / Zackdaboss. First, Vay / Hypka won the Winners Final and sent their opponents to the Losers brackets.
Doggo / Zackdaboss confidently defeated Moxyz / vRosco in the Losers Final. But then, they couldn’t use their chance in the Grand Final.
Vay / Hypka are 2v2 Champions of Brawlhalla Winter Championship in Australia. Congratulations! The players were 3rd and 4th in the 1v1 Championship.
Southeast Asia | Brawlhalla Winter Championship Doubles | Stream, Grand Final
In the Semi-Final, himwy / ero defeated Sire / Vortex. But then, these teams faced each other in the Grand Final, and this time himwy / ero lost in a very close fight.
The Grand Final was significantly different. himwy / ero won 3:0 and became 2v2 Champions of Brawlhalla Winter Championship in Southeast Asia. Congratulations!
himwy is also the 1v1 Champion. An interesting thing here is that in the Grand Final, himwy also played against Sire.
Europe | Brawlhalla Winter Championship Doubles | Stream, Grand Final
Fozey / Godly and acno? / Blaze reached the Winners Final through the parallel brackets, and then their fight became the primary at this tournament.
First acno? / Blaze defeated their opponents 3:1. In the Losers Final, Fozey / Godly played against hysen / simpLe — and won 3:0.
In the Grand Final, Fozey / Godly and acno? / Blaze had a very close first match, but Fozey / Godly was a bit more successful, so they reset the bracket.
Then, Fozey / Godly unleashed their full power and dominated in the decisive match.
Fozey / Godly are 2v2 Champions of Brawlhalla Winter Championship in Europe. Congratulations!
Godly was 3rd in the 1v1 Championship, while Fozey did not reach the Top 8 part.
South America | Brawlhalla Winter Championship Doubles | Stream, Grand Final
lores / Kyna were absolutely unstoppable! The players defeated Fiend / yüz, SAC / VecinaA, and Wess / Power in the Top 8 part. And all these matches were confident 3:0s.
lores / Kyna are 2v2 Champions of Brawlhalla Winter Championship in South America. Congratulations!
Kyna is also the 1v1 Champion. lores was 7th.
North America | Brawlhalla Winter Championship Doubles | Stream, Grand Final
Snowy / luna entered the Top 8 part of the tournament through the Losers brackets as they were defeated by Sandstorm / Boomie in the Winners Quarter-Final. Their path wasn’t too simple, and arguably the toughest match was against the same opponents — the Losers Semi-Final vs Sandstorm / Boomie.
Meanwhile, Phazon / Cody Travis made it to the Grand Final through the Winners side. Their hardest opponents were Walshy / CXTI in the Winners Final.
When Snowy / luna reached the Grand Final, they probably entered a monster mode and defeated Phazon / Cody in two clear matches.
Snowy / luna are 2v2 Champions of Brawlhalla Winter Championship in North America. Congratulations!
luna was 3rd at the 1v1 Championship. Snowy fell out of that competition in the Top 128 part.
The Winter Championship 2023 is over, but that doesn’t mean a break in Brawlhalla esports. Next weekend, we will be ably to enjoy officially sponsored community tournaments. Will you be watching them?
And the next official event is pretty unusual and very interesting. It’s the first offline invitational of 2023 — Winter Royale happens on March 10-11. Top 3 players from 1v1 Winter Championship in NA, SA, and EU will participate in it.