Last weekend we saw one of the biggest events on the calendar for fighting game esports take place, the Brawlhalla World Championship. This event concludes our season for competitive Brawlhalla, where we found a new champion for 1v1 and 2v2. In the solo section of the tournament, things were pretty interesting in the final bracket. We saw Yuz triumph, becoming the Brawlhalla World Champion for 2023. This is how it happened.
Yuz Wins Brawlhalla World Championship 2023
The start of the bracket for the winners’ side saw two interesting clashes for the semi-finals. We first saw Godly up against Impala. This match up went pretty interestingly, with Godly passing through 3-0. Leading in with a strong start was promising for the player The other match on the other hand was a lot closer.
Here we saw two of the top Brazilian players go against each other. Kyna and yuz. This was a tighter result, with Yuz only just making it through 3-2. In the winners final though, things reversed. Yuz again won his set blowing past Godly at 3-1.
The Losers Final sae Kyna take another win, securing his spot in the final. This Grand Finale for the Brawlhalla World Championship was set as a rematch of the winners final. Things progressed very definitely in this second match up though. Yuz won the round with a clean 3-0.
With this win Yuz has cemented his spot at the Brawlhalla 2023 Champion. The player walks away with a large share of the $1,000,000 prize pool. They’re also likely going to be the top player to watch for 2024’s Bralwhalla tournaments. The game might be in its eight year, but Yuz joins a very exclusive club of the very best Brawlhalla players here.
Brawlhalla WC Preview
The Brawlhalla World Championship is our culmination for a new entire years’ worth of competitive events. Over the course of the tournament, we’ll see the world’s best Brawlhalla players come together to compete to find the top competitor for the 2023 season. So far, we’ve seen events running year-round to find some of the top competitors. Here all international players will compete together, for a share of the giant prize pool.
Who are the contenders at the Brawlhalla World Championship and how will the entire tournament work though? This is what you need to know.
Brawlhalla World Championship
The Brawlhalla World Championship is kicking off on November 3, running through to the 5. The event will see the players who triumphed at our Brawlhalla tournaments throughout the year get together in one place. Each winner from the different regions will go head-to-head. The tournament features an impressive prize pool for a fighter, with $1,000,000 in total. This is a staggering prize for 2023 esports for Brawlhalla. There are a few different tournaments with the prize money split evenly between 1v1s and 2v2s.
Each tournament is going to start with pools. Here we’ll see all of the entrants compete in matches narrowing things down. There are three different phases to pools. That’s followed by a full double elimination bracket, where we’ll see the only the top players up against each other. We’ll see these matches take place until we find our Champion for Brawlhalla.
The Brawlhalla World Championship is a finale for the year’s esports, but this isn’t a stripped back restrained tournament. There’s still quite a large number of players turning up, hundreds of different players competing for the top prize. The price pool this time around is rivalling that of the Capcom Cup X, so you can expect players to be playing their best.
That’s what’s happening with the Brawlhalla World Championship. How can you watch along with the tournament though? That’s easy, you’ll just need to catch it on the official Brawlhalla stream on most of the most major streaming platforms. Those attending can even grab an exclusive skin and other in-person items, but watching at home is going to be fun too.