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The Arena World Championship 2021 Grand Finals is just around the corner! On September 25 at 10 am PT on Saturday and Sunday, teams from Europe and North America will compete for a $300,000 (USD) prize pool! Who will win?

You can read more about the Arena World Championship over at Upcomer.

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The Arena World Championship (AWC) Grand Finals kicks off September 25, with teams battling it out to determine the best of the best across Europe and North America. Catch the action live starting at 10 am PT on Saturday and Sunday, only on YouTube!

This year of AWC has seen some of the most competitive teams in the world rise to the occasion, and some fall in defeat, with the goal to be 2021 Regional Champions. This weekend marks the end of the road to glory as four teams in each region enter the arena for their share of the $300,000 (USD) prize pool and the prestigious title of AWC: Shadowlands 2021 Grand Finals Champions!

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Teams

The Season 2 Circuit started with 16 teams, with 12 advancing from the Season 1 Circuit and four from the mid-season Relegation Cup, but after four weeks only eight teams across Europe and North America have secured spots in this weekend’s Grand Finals. Here is all you need to know to follow the teams in their final battles of 2021:

Europe 

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Skill Capped is the European team to beat, with a Season 1 EU win already under their belts and a strong 19-7 record across the Season 2 Circuit.

  • Skill Capped, Method EU, and Reload Esports each appeared earlier this year in the Season 1 Finals, with Skill Capped taking the win over Method EU (watch the EU Season 1 Finals VOD here).
  • Horizon qualified to Season 2 from being Top 6 in the Season 1 Circuit, but did not appear in the Season 1 Finals.

Team

Alias

Class

     

Reload Esports

Lontar

Restoration Shaman

Reload Esports

Vilaye

Shadow Priest

Reload Esports

Merce

Warlock

Reload Esports

Mystic

Retribution Paladin

Skill Capped

Maro

Mage

Skill Capped

Asgarath

Restoration Druid

Skill Capped

Blizo

Warrior

Skill Capped

Froffsy

Mage

Method EU

Chas

Restoration Druid / Discipline Priest

Method EU

Zunniyaki

Shadow Priest

Method EU

Whaazz

Rogue

Method EU

Thesia

Mage

Horizon

TonyFeral

Feral Druid

Horizon

Kasuxo

Hunter

Horizon

GeluBaba

Mage

Horizon

Relzah

Discipline Priest

North America 

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Hot off the heels of a Season 1 NA Finals win, Method NA remain dominant as their 20-5 record is the best across both regions in the Season 2 Circuit.

  • Method NA, Cloud 9, and Golden Guardians each appeared earlier this year in the Season 1 Finals, with Method NA taking the win over Cloud 9 (watch the NA Season 1 Finals VOD here).
  • Unitas Blue qualified to Season 2 from being Top 6 in the Season 1 Circuit, but did not appear in the Season 1 Finals.

Team

Alias

Class

     

Cloud9

Snutz

Rogue/Warrior

Cloud9

Chanimal

Warlock

Cloud9

Wealthyman

Mage

Cloud9

Kubzy

Restoration Druid

Golden Guardians

Pikaboo

Rogue

Golden Guardians

Absterge

Restoration Shaman

Golden Guardians

Wizk

Shadow Priest

Golden Guardians

Jellybeans

Hunter/Mage

Method NA

Ceralium

Mage

Method NA

Brain

Holy Paladin

Method NA

Drake

Windwalker Monk / Warrior / Rogue

Method NA

Prev

Balance Druid

Unitas Blue

Smexxin

Warrior

Unitas Blue

Borngood

Holy Paladin

Unitas Blue

Aiden

Rogue

Unitas Blue

Nuked

Mage

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