Poggers and Luminosity take WoW AWC Cup 2 victory
Poggers players lived up to their namesake while Luminosity Gaming continued to dominate the World of Warcraft Arena World Championship.
Poggers and Luminosity Gaming won the World of Warcraft Arena World Championship Cup 2 tournament! Read on for the WoW AWC Cup 2 scores and leaderboard.
WoW AWC tournament information (Image via Blizzard Entertainment)
Poggers win WoW AWC Cup 2 EU
Team Poggers had an incredible run in the upper bracket, only dropping one game against Admiral Esports before sweeping Dragonlands Roulette in the semifinal. This win streak continued into the final, where Poggers defeated Dragonlands Roulette in Nagrand Arena, Black Rook Hold, Ashamane's Fall, and Tol'viron Arena.
Poggers versus Admiral Esports during the World of Warcraft Arena World Championship (Image via Blizzard Entertainment)
With a score of 4-0, the team now shares the top leaderboard spot with Admiral Esports at 160 points. This victory also moved last week's champions, The Agents, down a few spots on the leaderboard. The Agents players are now in fourth place with 132 points.
WoW AWC Cup 2 EU standings (Image via Blizzard Entertainment)
Luminosity Gaming dominates Arena World Championship
As for the WoW AWC Cup 2 players in North America, Luminosity Gaming also dominated in the upper bracket. The team secured victories over Fighting All Evil, Power Men, and Silver Sentinels before duking it out against the Golden Guardians in the regional final.
Luminosity Gaming versus the Golden Guardians during the World of Warcraft Arena World Championship (Image via Blizzard Entertainment)
While the Golden Guardians took Nagrand Arena, Luminosity Gaming persisted and earned points in Ashamane's Fall, Tiger's Peak, Hook Point, and Ruins of Lordaeron. By going 4-1, Luminosity Gaming received the most weekly points and defended their first-place spot on the WoW AWC leaderboard.
WoW AWC Cup 2 NA standings (Image via Blizzard Entertainment)
With the Season 1 WoW AWC Grand Finals on the horizon, there will be few more weekends of games before the top teams receive their invitations. This means the World of Warcraft esports action will resume next weekend from Feb. 3 to Feb 5 with WoW AWC Cup 3.
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