AC MILAN QLASH to compete in the $1,000,000 Brawl Stars World Finals
After intense battles and nail-biting qualifiers between millions of players and thousands of teams, we are happy to announce that AC MILAN QLASH is one of the eight teams who will play on the huge virtual stage of the Brawl Stars World Finals 2020 starting in less than 24 hours and to be played on November 21-22.
Guillem “GuilleVGX” González, Ivan “iMuniiz” Bernal and Ruben “iKaoss” Exposito have been actively practicing and getting ready for this amazing challenge and opportunity. The Spanish trio is quite familiar with such a level of competition as they have multiple titles in big local and international tournaments under their belt. This will be the first time after the recently announced partnership between AC MILAN and QLASH where we will be competing under the same banner as AC MILAN QLASH and the expectations are as high as ever.
Training at the QLASH Valencia gaming house, they are prepared to face all of their opponents – thanks to hard work, extensive coaching, and plenty of friendly matches. The team is very versatile, as all three players can swap between roles – all depending on the map and game plan giving it an exciting unpredictability and hopefully a competitive edge.
Guillem “GuilleVGX” González believes that they are favorites for winning the tournament:
“If you don’t think you can win, you shouldn’t even go to the World Championship. Obviously all 7 teams are very good, we will do the best we can and hopefully everything will pan out well.”
Last year, the World Finals took place live in Busan, South Korea with a prize pool of $250K. Nova Esports took home the trophy, while the viewership peaked at over 93,000 live spectators across the broadcasts. With the huge success of the mobile title, this year the prize pool has increased to $1 Million and even higher viewership numbers are expected.
Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, the game publisher Supercell has decided to hold the event online, instead of the planned live finals in Katowice, Poland. The good news for the viewers at home is that the tournament will be broadcasted online across several different streaming platforms and in 14 languages allowing for the huge fanbase of the game to follow the action.
We are.. #ReadyToQLASH