Reply Totem returns to the Brawl Stars Championship World Finals!

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Reply Totem returns to the Brawl Stars Championship World Finals!r

The 2023 season of the official Brawl Stars Esports circuit ends with the qualification to the Supercell world championship for the black-green team; now at the third consecutive participation in this prestigious competition.


The final result came together thanks to the qualification to the last Monthly Finals, which guarantees Reply Totem the absolute certainty of being included in the top 3 ranking for the EMEA region. Another milestone of great importance for a roster that during this calendar year has already been able to amaze at the Snapdragon World Cup in Tokyo. It will therefore be the third world championship in a row for Maury and Maru, the second for IDarkJoker, German talent acquired in 2022. The boys will approach this edition with different expectations and preparation compared to previous years. The big news will certainly be that we have finally managed to overcome one of the big walls from the past; the team did in fact manage to beat Sitetampo’s (world champion 2021 ed.) Japanese team at the Tokyo World Championship, a player who, together with his Zeta Division squad, had managed to interrupt the black-and-green path for 2 years in a row. Having prevailed over this pressure in both a mechanical and psychological way, the boys led by Coach Role are now ready to express their maximum potential, with the hope of granting us an unprecedented streak of two World Championships in 1 year.


Fabio Cucciari, co-founder of Reply Totem, commented: “Another year, another participation in the most prestigious tournament of the Supercell based title; being part of it can be considered an obsession for us. There will be a whopping $1,000,000 at stake and the best 12 teams in the world ready to battle it out. For the past two years we have suffered from a “Japanese team curse”, an obstacle that looked impossible for us to overcome. However, things have changed, we will enter the November finals as the current reigning Snapdragon World Champions, an aura of confidence and prestige that was certainly lacking in previous editions. We are extremely happy to have immediately qualified as one of the top 3 seeds in the EMEA region, saving us from participating in what we’d call a sometimes aleatory last chance qualifier. As always, we would like to thank our excellent partners, especially Reply, which always allows us to operate in the best possible conditions. Now we’ll be fully focused on the last pre-worlds tournaments: the satisfaction of finishing as the top seed could prove crucial in terms of the psychological aspect of the tournament.

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