1WIN, Tricked Esport, Iron Branch and Fnatic Rising will compete for a ticket to ESL Challenger at DreamHack Rotterdam 2022

The open qualifiers for ESL Challenger at DreamHack Rotterdam 2022 for Europe have come to an end, and the final list of participants in the closed qualifier has been determined based on the results. According to the results of the last qualifiers, the teams 1WIN, Tricked Esport, Iron Branch and fnatic Rising made it to the next stage of the qualification, which, together with the invited participants, will compete for one ticket to the championship in Rotterdam.

One of the winners of the first open qualifier was the 1WIN team, which defeated EKO Esports (16:10), TITANS (16:12), IookingForOrg (16:5) and SKADE (2:0) on their way. Also, the Danish team Tricked Esport made it to the closed stage of the qualifiers, which outplayed HAVU Gaming (16:12), Sashi Esport (16:9), Into The Breach (16:9) and Monte (2:1) in the parallel bracket.

The first winner of the second qualifier was the Iron Branch team, which managed to beat Esports Club Kyiv (16:13), HAVU Gaming (22:19), Young Ninjas (16:8) and NASR Esports (2:1). At the same time, the Fnatic Rising team made it to the closed qualifiers, which turned out to be stronger than eClub Brugge (16:2), SKADE (16:11), AVANGAR (16:7) and HONORIS (2:1).

The final composition of the closed qualifier for ESL Challenger at DreamHack Rotterdam 2022: Entropiq, Sprout, forZe, Eternal Fire, 1WIN, Tricked Esport, Iron Branch and Fnatic Rising.

Qualifiers for Europe will take place from 16 to 18 September online.

ESL Challenger at DreamHack Rotterdam 2022 will take place from 14 to 16 October in the Netherlands at the Rotterdam Ahoy site. As part of the championship, participants from Europe, the CIS, Africa, North and South America will compete for a total prize pool of $100,000, as well as a ticket to the ESL Pro League Conference Season 17 for the winner.