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World of Tanks finals take place at PAX Prime 2013


10:00 AM on 09.04.2013
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$100,000 in cash prizes (thanks to Wargaming, Twitch, and NVIDIA) were handed out at the World of Tanks Finals that took place at PAX Prime 2013. Players from North and South America, China, Southeast Asia, Europe, and Russia battled Sunday night in the popular tank MMO.

The Russian team, Na'Vi, took top place, taking home $20,000 in cash. Poland's team took second, winning $12,500. North American team Fulcrum took third, while China and South Korea teams followed with 4th and 5th. 

Congrats to all the winners.

 GeForce eSports World of Tanks Open Tournament Winners:

1st Place: Na’Vi (Russia); $20,000 winner

2nd Place: Mousesports (Poland); $12,500 winner

3rd Place: Fulcrum (North America); $10,000 winner

4th Place: EP (China); $5,000 winner

5th Place: NOA (South Korea); $2,500 winner

 

 






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