Players around the world have competed in the Brawl Stars Championship Challenge to stand a chance to fight for the title of World Champions of Brawl Stars. This year a total of 16 teams battled it out in Bucharest, Romania, for a prize pool of $1,000,000 and the trophy. The tournament concluded on Sunday with Japanese team Zeta Division being crowned as the champion of Brawl Stars World Finals 2021.
The event was played online and offline, with some teams traveling to Bucharest, while some were playing from their home country. Supercell created different servers for teams that could not travel to ensure fair play.
Zeta Division took on Natus Vincere in the grand finals, a series that saw Na’Vi take the first map for an early lead, before proceeding to lose four straight maps to lose the tournament.
This meant that Zeta Division walked away as the tournament victors, netting $400,000 in prize money and taking the crown of champion for the year. Na’Vi, in second, went home with $200,000, and the two other teams who made it to the semi-finals, Totem Esports and INTZ, also earned themselves $80,000 in prize money. Sitetampo of Zeta Division was adjudged the MVP of the Brawl Stars World Finals 2021.
This result marks the end of another year of competitive Brawl Stars, meaning we’ll have to wait to hear from Supercell for when the scene will be back in 2022 and what format and schedule it will use.