Six players on the platforms + pretty cool team moments
With the release of MultiVersus and all the fuss around this new game, it is logical to expect a slight shift of attention towards team-based matches in other platformer fighters.
In fact, both Brawlhalla and Smash Ultimate have quite a few 2v2 tournaments throughout many esports events. Sure, the game mechanics are not focused on team fights, and still, such a show is really awesome.
With this recent Championship, Brawlhalla took a step further and invited pro players to fight in the 3v3 matches. More participants = more fun? Just watch the streams, and you will know if it is so! (spoiler: the tournaments are really great, full of exciting mess).
Europe | Brawlhalla 3v3 Championship | Top 4, Stream
The team of Delta, TM., and Koko had two pretty difficult matches against Blew, Macheeeete, and Ted in the Winners Semi-Final and against Swata, zyder, and Godly in the Winners Final — both were 3:2. Then, in the Grand Final, Delta / TM. / Koko played super confidently against Sarme, FryDasOle, and bartu — 3:0, and Delta / TM. / Koko won the Championship. Congratulations!
Earlier, Delta and TM were 5th at the Brawlhalla Summer Championship Doubles.
North America | Brawlhalla 3v3 Championship | Top 4, Stream
luna, Cody Travis, and java had two quite different matches against Pugsy, Phazon, and Snowy. In the Winners Final, the fight was tough and close. But the Grand Final gave the dominant result for Luna / Cody Travis / java — they won 3:0 and became Brawlhalla 3v3 Champions in North America. Congratulations!
java had the highest position among the teammates at the Brawlhalla Summer Championship Singles — 4th. Luna and Pugsy won the Doubles dimension of that tournament.
Are you up to even more Brawlhalla esports? Then don’t miss the Japan Invitational! It starts on September 2nd, 18 PM PT / 9 PM ET.