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Wargaming.net League eSports Grand Finals in Poland


7:45 PM on 03.07.2014
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Wargaming has released the first details for the upcoming eSports Grand Finals, set to take place in Warsaw, Poland on April 4-6. 

The grand finals will bring together the best players from all over the world next month, where 14 teams will go into qualification matches, tournaments, and then the championship over three days. You'll find the list of teams below. 

"In the first year of the Wargaming.net League we've seen tears of joy and tears of anger from some of the best World of Tanks players around the entire world," said Mohamed Fadl, eSports Director of Europe and North America at Wargaming. "The Grand Finals in Poland are going to be the ultimate culmination of that intense competition, and we cannot wait to finally crown our very first world champion."

For more information on the Wargaming.net League Grand Finals, check out www.thegrandfinals.com.

Teams:

  • Fnatic and SIMP from North America
  • ARETE and NOA from South Korea
  •  PVP Super Friends and UAD from Southeast Asia
  • Energy Pacemaker and E-Sports Club from China
  • Na’Vi and RR-UNITY from CIS region
  •  The European game's cluster will be represented by Virtus.pro and Synergy, as well as two wildcard teams—Lemming Train (Poland) and Team WUSA (Germany). 





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