The End of the World’s Major ESports Championship

The E-sports world championship began on the 1st of December and was concluded on the 12th. If you want to see results in detail, you can always head to PlayScore to find more information.

Recep Karaca
Recep Karaca
15 December 2022 Thursday 01:30
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The End of the World’s Major ESports Championship

The E-sports world championship began on the 1st of December and was concluded on the 12th. If you want to see results in detail, you can always head to PlayScore to find more information.

IESF has arranged the WE championships yearly since 2009. It remains the only international E-sports event that takes place annually and has athletes from around the globe proudly representing their countries.

After the 2021 E-sports Championship and its success, the World E-sports community had been looking forward to coming back with a more robust event that would generate more international opportunities and media exposure for this sports event leading up to and during the Bali 2022.

Vlad Marinescu, the IESF President, congratulated Bali, the host city, for all the games. He thanked the President of the Olympic Committee and the Indonesian team that was present at the championships.

He appreciated their support and claimed he looked forward to seeing a vast and more comprehensive E-sports Championship. He looked forward to bringing a new and improved batch of sports to their tropical destination for the first time.

There were 10 days of exciting competition, social events, and a fantastic medal ceremony in Bali after the E-sports World Championship was concluded by the International E-sports Federation (IESF).

Six hundred players were bringing forward historically 105 countries in six games at the 14th WE Championships. The games were Dota 2 Mobile Legends, CS: GO, eFootball, Bang Bang, PUBG Mobile and Tekken 7.

There were three qualifiers, from nationals to regionals to finals, ending with the grand final. After all these events, 7 teams appeared victorious and won the $500,000 prize pool. The country that stunned the world was Indonesia, as they took home three of the seven game titles and conveniently became the 2022 WE Championship Nation.

The competition lasted 492 hours and exceeded ten million views in 497 matches. There have been three million views on TikTok and 185.4M reactions on social media. Nielsen has been trusted to appreciate the total reach of 53 spotless feeds to limit broadcast by being the only one appointed for the final through a media report.

When we talk about the games in which Indonesia played, it was truthfully nail-biter. The first game became the moment when Indonesia would surpass by securing the lord during the 12th minute on the clock. The lord was secured effectively when the red and white team enhanced their dominance in the 16th minute.

During the second game, it was a chance for Indonesia to determine whether they would win the title or not. They fought with the Philippines, who no doubt played aggressively by constantly attacking the Indonesian team during the early game.

Dreams improved the killing spree during the 23rd minute, which opened up an opportunity for the Indonesian team to return to the situation. After this, Indonesia effectively defeated four Filipino players and won the game successfully with a 3-0 score.

In detail, after the victory of the MLBB national team, Indonesia scored three gold in the E-sports Championship, with two gold from Dota 2 and eFootball games, with the last one being a bronze from the women’s CS: GO.

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