Following 4 fiercely contested Qualifiers, we have our 4 Grand Finalists for the Squawka Cup FIFA 15 tournament, in association with the European Gaming League (EGL), which takes place in London this Saturday to be in with the chance of winning 2 VIP tickets to an English top flight game.
4 Grand Finalists
Qualifier 1 | Matthew “Crossy” Cross
After knocking out Team Dignitas Pro Gamer Tass Rushan in the semi final, Matt won a hard fought final 2 games to 1, winning the best of 3 final against Josh Ward on a Golden Goal after the 3rd and deciding game finished in a draw after extra time.
Check out the bracket from Qualifier 1 to see how Matt progressed in making his way to the Grand Final in London.
Qualifier 2 | Chris “ChriSSyB” Bullard
Former FIWC World Champion Chris “ChriSSyB” Bullard, although losing out in the original Q2 Final, subsequently his opponent was disqualified due to being under 18 and hence Chris makes his way to the Grand Final as runner-up of Q2.
Check out the bracket from Qualifier 2 to see how Chris progressed in making his way to the Grand Final in London.
Qualifier 3 | Cory Thompson
Cory also benefited from the actual Q3 winner being under 18, so he also progressed to the Grand Final as runner up of Q3.
Check out the bracket from Qualifier 3 to see how Cory progressed in making his way to the Grand Final in London.
Qualifier 4 | Tassal “Tass” Rushan
Q4 saw all the players who had not won in Q1-Q3 invited to take part and it resulted with Q1 semi finalist and Team Dignitas player Tass Rushan qualifying for the Grand Final, after beating ESWC Runner Up Sean Allen in the semi final.
Check out the bracket from Qualifier 4 to see how Tass progressed in making his way to the Grand Final in London.
The Grand Final takes place on Saturday 20th December and will see all the players travelling down to London to be in with the chance of winning 2 VIP tickets to an English top flight game.
Good luck to our 4 Grand Finalists and may the best player win.
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