[NA] AG Weekly #12 Results

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he Academy Gaming Weekly #12 was an action-packed evening as it hosted 8 teams with many popular names in the community having their shot at 14,000 gems. Tournament favorites Team Magma and Yung Handsome Rich Savages both made it to the finals by absolutely dominating all other teams throughout the tournament. Team Magma, led by Cynda Quil, Stalagta, and Sunfish, beat both AE Sinergia and Orgulho do Brasil, both South American teams now getting into the tournament scene, 2-0 in both sets. Meanwhile in the bottom half of the bracket, Yung Handsome Rich Savages who were led by Moobs, Karina, and Amon, defeated a Radioactive PUG and Underdogs Plus Hawt 2-0 in both sets.

In the finals, where the two teams met, we had some close matches but Team Magma came out on top winning 2-0 and taking home 10,000 gems, ultimately leaving the Rich Savages with 4,000 gems for the evening.

Twitch Tournament VoD

Youtube Tournament VoD

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